About 30 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - 15 Feb 2017For a better Borneo, new map reveals how much terrain has changed
New atlas displays 40 years of human impacts on forests – from fires to logging to industrial plantations and more
News - 5 Jul 2016Backwards from gender equality: Oil palm’s impact on Dayak women
Land use change is transforming women's status in East Kalimantan, research shows
Analysis - 1 Jul 2016What do locals think of large-scale tree plantations?
Tree type can make a difference for people living near plantations in Indonesia.
10 May 2016What will it take to make sustainable palm oil the norm?
New study examines the factors driving commitments to responsible production of a controversial global commodity.
Analysis - 17 Mar 2016Why ‘zero deforestation’ is only one piece of the sustainability puzzle
Lessons from the Brazilian Amazon show it’s important to shift toward more sustainable land uses and look for ways to intensify beef production.
News - 17 Feb 2016“Slash and burn” works, given time and space
If managed well, swidden farming in Borneo can provide vital ecosystem services and protect biodiversity, study says
News - 26 Jan 2016Having your oil palm, and forests too
How Brazil is making the case for responsible oil palm development.
Analysis - 7 Jan 2016Zero deforestation in Indonesia: Pledges, politics and palm oil
Corporations and government share the goal of sustainable economic development but each faces its own challenges – so which rules should apply?