About 76 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - 5 Nov 2015Thinking restoration? Think big and think inclusive
Countries may need to change their approach if they are to meet commitments to restore millions of hectares of degraded land.
Interview - 20 Aug 2015Like herding scientists: one man and many many trees
"You work in a humid, warm and rainy climate that tends to break all your electronic equipment..."
News - 4 Aug 2015Counting trees: 143 scientists just did
And they found up to 53,000 species in tropical forests.
News - 2 Jul 2015Carbon or biodiversity conservation – you can’t have the best of both worlds
Forests remain stubbornly complex, forcing some tough decisions ahead.
Feature - 17 Jun 2015WEST AFRICA SPECIAL: In Burkina Faso, small solutions and big returns
These precious pockets of green bring local communities a host of benefits.
News - 22 May 2015For forests, food and the future, it’s all about biodiversity
The world must consider forests in efforts to meet Sustainable Development Goals.
News - 18 May 2015Smart reforestation must go beyond carbon: expert
Reforestation simply for carbon storage risks creating a barren, fragile monoculture.
News - 12 Mar 2015In hunt for resources, Congo forest communities feel the squeeze, early research shows
Community support from logging companies "generally insufficient and superficial".
Analysis - 7 Mar 2015Where the wild vegetables are: Moroccan food from the forest
Study reveals 84% in Rif Mountains consumed wild vegetables in the previous week.