ABOUT THE WRITER
Kate Evans is a freelance journalist originally from New Zealand. After studying journalism at the University of Sydney and international relations at the Australian National University, she worked as a multimedia journalist at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for three years...and then ran off to West Africa armed with a video camera and a love of African dance. She is now a writer, filmmaker and photographer, travelling the world's forests alongside CIFOR scientists.
BY THIS WRITER
News - 19 Apr 2017Altitude Matters
How elevation affects carbon and biodiversity in a warming world
Interview - 3 Apr 2017What is CarboScen?
A new tool for estimating changes in carbon density in dynamic landscapes
News - 15 Mar 2017Tenure and trade: How to make a living from the forests of Nepal
Tension between the broader devolution of rights to communities and specific forest regulations hamper the development of sustainable eco-businesses
News - 2 Feb 2017Where the land meets the sea: Governing mangrove forests
As countries ponder how to encourage mangrove conservation, the role of people, rights, and governance institutions should receive equal consideration
News - 1 Feb 2017Protecting Tanzania’s mangroves
Why the current conservation scheme is falling short, and alternative approaches to strengthen it