About 29 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - 29 Jun 2015Where, when, why: Human-orangutan conflict in Borneo
All too often, encounters prove fatal for dwindling orangutans.
Feature - 22 May 2015For forests, food and the future, it’s all about biodiversity
The world must consider forests in efforts to meet Sustainable Development Goals.
Analysis - 13 May 2015Taking botanical trade and conservation seriously
Not all poachers use guns - some hunt for flowers.
Sumatran road plan could spell a dark new chapter for storied ecosystem: study
Political frustration and the stalling of REDD+ pushes local communities to deforestation.
Link between wildlife, human nutrition is food for thought for development in Africa
Researchers call for greater balance between conservation and nutrition when it comes to hunting.
‘Boom’ and gloom: Forest-based wildlife feel brunt of Asia’s appetite for meat, medicine
Bushmeat is big business thanks to growing middle class in China, but is it sustainable?
Infographic - 3 Feb 2015Tropical wetlands: A wild kingdom
Tropical peatlands are home to endangered species like orangutans and tigers.
News - 19 Nov 2014Eat the beetles? Rural people losing their taste for a crucial food source
Forest communities shift to western sources of protein - but at what cost?
Fact File - 3 Sep 201410 things you didn’t know about bushmeat in Africa
From porcupines and rats to (yes) the occasional monkey.