“Achieving the 2030 goal would prevent over 200,000 premature deaths, hundreds of thousands of asthma-related emergency room visits, and over 20 million tons of crop losses a year by 2030.”
The amount of wind that blows across the planet could fulfill the world’s electricity demand many times over.
Our global food system produces about a third of global anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions – largely through agricultural practices and land-use change.
Acclaimed wetlands scientist Daniel Murdiyarso from the Center for International Forestry Research shares new developments in the research of these peatlands and Mangroves.
“It’s about using nature to improve the state of the world.”
Rural women provide about 40 percent of the agricultural labor in developing countries yet face starkly unequal rights to land, finance and decision-making.
We need to move from talking about planting trees to talking about growing them.
What are we doing to protect blue spaces?
“Donors and governments need to shift the balance in favor of rights-based actions.”
Is the climate crisis endangering your marriage?
Unraveling the complex equation of deforestation, warming and fires pushing the rainforest to its brink
A largely unknown archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic to host the fourth-largest marine protected area
A spike in whale deaths has been tied to the downstream effects of global warming
Communication skills must be harnessed to effectively protect forests and the planet
Thousands advocate for the nation’s supreme court to honor indigenous land claims predating 1988 constitution
Global assessment aims to catalogue all tree species and their conservation status