About 11 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
Analysis - 21 Jul 2016Community forestry in Central Africa: Has it been a success?
New book draws lessons for participatory resource management in the Congo Basin.
DG’s Column - 7 Sep 2015The new global assessments and the forest
Reality is more complex than the results of the FAO's Global Forest Resources Assessment 2015 would have us believe.
Event Coverage - 17 Dec 2014Land tenure in forests a matter of food security, experts contend
Research in Africa indicates the benefits of tree cover for local communities' nutrition.
Event Coverage - 11 Dec 2014Traditional herders face uncertain future, forum hears
“Indigenous people have a special relationship with the land and with their territory that is important for their physical and cultural survival.”
DG’s Column - 25 Oct 2013On Landscapes – Part 1: Why are landscapes important?
Existing land-based sectors have a poor record of seeking collaborate solutions. This needs to change.
News - 11 Apr 2012Woodfuel causes deforestation in Congo Basin yet is potential renewable energy source
REDD+ initiatives may provide incentive for more sustainable energy approaches.
News - 5 Apr 2012Domesticating indigenous fruit trees puts better food on the table in sub-Saharan Africa
Traditional knowledge meets the latest science, as local farmers tweak nature's bounty.
Event Coverage - 22 Mar 2012The world’s kidneys: Why forests matter for World Water Day and Rio+20
New York is just one of many cities reliant on nearby forests.
Event Coverage - 5 Mar 2012Central Africa desperate for forest experts: workshop
Years of conflict, disease and emigration have decimated forestry in the Congo Basin.