Agriculture remains the most significant driver of global deforestation, and there is an urgent need to promote more positive interactions between agriculture and forestry, notes SOFO report.
A detailed snapshot on trees, forests and land use in the world's drylands is provided by a new FAO study.
A palm oil company in Liberia is attempting to obtain rights to sell timber from forest clearances which it says would provide locals with additional income.
This WWF report explores ways to create business solutions for deforestation-free trade chains in Asia.
Almost one-third of the world's forest area is now estimated to be under some form of community-based management, notes FAO report.
With their public payment schemes, some Latin American countries like Costa Rica or Mexico are well represented in the REDD/REDD+ debate. One of the more recent initiatives is Ecuador’s Socio Bosque programme. Vested…
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