About 80 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
Analysis - 4 May 2016Bridging gender theory and practice in environmental policy
Reflections on how far gender scholarship has evolved, and how to further broaden its application
News - 13 Apr 2016Local projects shape national REDD+ strategies
To save forests, apply local lessons.
News - 14 Mar 2016The environment gets its day in court
Environmental liability law and its implementation in countries that struggle with deforestation have come under scrutiny.
Analysis - 18 Feb 2016Loud and clear: Paris Agreement signals need to protect ecosystems and human rights
Valuing rights and ecosystems gives the Paris Agreement a holistic perspective, one that we need if we are to avoid “wrong” climate actions.
News - 2 Feb 2016Coastal blue carbon from planted mangroves holds promise
Mangrove plantations in the Mekong Delta store just as much carbon as ones that regenerate naturally, research suggests.
News - 1 Feb 2016Rising tides: Will mangroves keep up as sea levels climb?
Ahead of World Wetlands Day, research shows how protecting mangroves can mitigate sea level rise – while also helping them adapt to its effects.
News - 28 Jan 2016Farms vs. forests? A more nuanced look at agrarian change
Agrarian change happens at the landscape scale, but making the transition to sustainable agriculture requires an understanding of local benefits and trade-offs.
Video Q&A - 18 Nov 2015What the climate talks could mean for REDD+ (and the world)
COP21 in Paris must produce not only a strong agreement but genuine, long-term commitment, a scientist says in this interview.