Forestry

Tree planting and its role in maintaining and restoring ecosystems was looked at in a CIFOR Digital Forum held last October. The event was attended by representatives from a wide range of areas including business,…

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Forestry

Despite raising alarms about increased carbon emissions due to mangrove deforestation, there has been a low net loss of mangrove carbon stocks globally during the last years, pointing to success in conservation and…

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Forestry

A long time-series dataset demonstrates that active restoration helps forests to regenerate after disturbances. Although forests have the ability to recover naturally, they regenerate faster with active restoration.

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Forestry

Although many modelling forecasts and government policies suggest that forests must be destroyed to make way for agriculture and provide food security as the global population soars from 7.8 billion to meet U.N.…

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Forestry

This report sheds a light on wildfires across the globe. Climate change and wildfires mutually reinforce each other, and the fires burning today in many parts of the world are bigger, more intense and last longer than…

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Forestry

Brazil is one of the hotspots of the corona pandemic, and the Brazilian Amazon is particularly hard hit. Deforestation rates have risen in the last months due to weak controls because of COVID-19 restrictions.

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Forestry

The report shows that the conservation of the world's biodiversity is utterly dependent on the way in which we interact with and use the world's forests.

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Forestry

The rate of global deforestation has slowed, although deforestation continue, the highest rate of net forest losses over the last decade being recorded in Africa, followed by South America.

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Forestry

The ability of the world’s tropical forests to remove carbon from the atmosphere is decreasing, according to a study tracking 300,000 trees over 30 years.

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Forestry

The global production and trade of major wood products have surged to their highest level since the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) began recording forest statistics in 1947.

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