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
New collection of research analyzes why some conservation initiatives outperform others.
Enabling rural women in India to serve as agents of environmental change goes beyond just a numbers game
Study shows that when policymakers take shortcuts, the likelihood for under-performance of Payment for Environmental Services (PES) schemes is greater
Agrarian change happens at the landscape scale, but making the transition to sustainable agriculture requires an understanding of local benefits and trade-offs.
Ahead of World Wetlands Day, research shows how protecting mangroves can mitigate sea level rise – while also helping them adapt to its effects.
Mangrove plantations in the Mekong Delta store just as much carbon as ones that regenerate naturally, research suggests.
How Brazil is making the case for responsible oil palm development.
In Vietnam, plans to develop REDD+ must go beyond the country’s Payments for Forest Environmental Services (PFES) program.