About 11 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
Interview - 19 Jan 2017On the move: People and forests in a globalized world
In time for Davos 2017, CIFOR Scientist Christine Padoch shares her views on inequality, global migration and forests
News - 11 Jul 2016Unpacking migration and gender in Nepal’s community forests
Changing migration patterns bring both burdens and benefits for women.
Feature - 4 Feb 2016Mix up the diet with some wild meat
Bushmeat is an important source of protein for rural villages in the Colombian Amazon (plus, they say, it tastes great!)
Event Coverage - 14 Dec 2015When the climate changes, migration does too
Easing migration-related pressures on the land means looking at all human and environmental factors together.
News - 23 Nov 2015Migration: What happens to the people (and forests) left behind?
New patterns in migration are changing what it means to be ‘rural’ or ‘urban’—and reshaping the future of forests and farms.
Interview - 6 Dec 2014In face of climate change, gender imbalance stretches from fields to forums—expert
Solution will be collaborative approaches that don't view women as "passive, helpless victims".
News - 28 Sep 2014Chinese timber companies in Zambia: few jobs, but more outlets for local loggers
Chinese logging in Zambia is somewhat unusual, with small companies started with migrant savings.
News - 18 Feb 2014Expert urges new strategy for study of rural-urban migration
Changing rural livelihoods distort data, resulting in numerous implications for forests and forest policies
News - 7 Aug 2013Amazon urban migration may not improve livelihoods, environment – report
Rural migrants leave in search for education opportunities, yet incomes stay low.
News - 8 Feb 2013Researchers warn of more wild fires as Peruvians migrate to the big city
Extensive clearing and fewer people have made the western Amazon more vulnerable to blazes.