About 30 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
Feature - 31 May 2016Leveraging finance to support solutions for smallholders
Financing sustainable landscapes - especially those associated with oil palm - is a delicate puzzle, but one with possibilities.
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.
Analysis - 26 Aug 2015Political economy of fire and haze: Moving to long-term solutions
Indonesia can stamp out forest and land fires, but it will take some serious action.
Event Coverage - 8 Dec 2014Innovation expert: Ingredients for landscape success are here—and they’re working
Daniel Nepstad outlined the good news from Brazil and Indonesia at the Global Landscapes Forum 2014.
News - 25 Nov 2014State of sustainability: For three forest-based commodities, ‘a long way to go’
Sustainable development pathways needed for controversial crops; palm oil, shea nut oil and timber.
Infographic - 17 Oct 2014Oil palm: A visual story
Palm oil can be produced without driving deforestation.
News - 19 Aug 2014Artisanal millers vs. industrial plantations in Cameroon’s palm oil paradox
How to solve the problem? Give the producers a better price.
Event Coverage - 2 Jul 2014Oil palm, timber sectors must solve communication, tenure issues: panelists
Companies seeking long-term investment must overcome basic communication challenges to build sustainable working relations with communities.
Interview - 13 Jun 2014Does the head of Indonesia’s new REDD+ agency have the toughest job in climate change?
Heru Prasetyo will be tackling REDD+ inertia and all that comes with it.