More sustainable management of tropical wildlife is possible
Grow more food on less land? Agricultural intensification has intuitive appeal.
An interview with Dr John Ingram, professor at Oxford University
Green leaf ‘eru’ key to lower anemia rates, study suggests
Policy must consider social relationships, or women will be left behind
Rights emerge as greatest hope for healthy planet at weekend’s GLF Bonn 2019
People and rights should be addressed, alongside conservation
Building climate-effective enterprises to realize forest-related emissions reductions
— By Angela Dewan Last decade, biofuels were talked about among world leaders like the deus ex machina of the world’s carbon emissions problem. By the middle of the decade, Europe and the United States led biofuel policy, setting ambitious targets to use cleaner energy in the name of climate change mitigation. Leaders were soon…
Tree planting is booming, but what comes next.
A discussion on collaborative efforts to save the forests.
Rights emerge as greatest hope for healthy planet.
Treaties to restore millions of hectares of degraded lands worldwide upped the demand for experts in ecological restoration. Are they ready?
Unsustainable logging accounts for 30–70 per cent of forest degradation across Africa, Southeast Asia, and South America, changing forests from carbon sinks to carbon sources.
While Ethiopia’s tree planting steams on, its dry forests remain ignored.