Interest is growing among the scientific community about the powerful carbon capture and storage potential of mangroves
Why policymakers shouldn’t overlook the benefits of natural regeneration in forest and landscape restoration
New research quantifies the consumption of forest foods and compares them with dietary guidelines
Measuring the effectiveness of landscape approaches to conservation and development
As countries ponder how to encourage mangrove conservation, the role of people, rights, and governance institutions should receive equal consideration.
Why the current conservation scheme is falling short, and alternative approaches to strengthen it
Forests News invited Stephen Brooks, Land Tenure and Resource Governance Advisor for USAID, to write this special guest article in advance of World Wetlands Day (2 February).
Cameroon’s national forest policies tend to ignore its existence, with no official data collected to assess the sector’s economic, environmental and social impacts, making the State the main loser in the growth of this informal sector.
A new publication analyzes the current challenges of sustainably managing forest resources in Cameroon
An interview with scientist Bruno Locatelli on improving the design of climate change projects
CIFOR scientist Manuel Guariguata speaks at CBD COP13
An interview with Catalina Santamaria at CBD COP13
New research proposes a framework for assessing the benefits of planted forests
New research provides insight into the role of independent monitoring approaches in enhancing transparency in the land use sector
Timber produced for domestic consumption is generally absent from official statistics and produced without a valid permit. What gives?
A new report peels off the layers of complexity surrounding illegal logging, clarifying where and when interventions are needed