About 18 Results found. From 1997 - 2023
Event Coverage - 17 Dec 2015A river runs through it: Why water needs a landscape approach too
Everyone needs water, so local groups must work together to make sure there’s enough to go around, panel says.
Event Coverage - 14 Dec 2015‘Concessions 2.0’: A new concept for sustainable community forestry
Including communities in the Congo Basin’s mega-timber plantations could see a shift away from a model of exploitation.
Video Q&A - 12 Dec 2015To invest in data is to invest in our forests
Without data, we can’t measure the success of forest conservation efforts.
Event Coverage - 11 Dec 2015When are satellite images most useful? When someone explains them
Monitoring data provide an unparalleled window onto the state of ecosystems, but only if they’re reliable and the meaning is clear.
Video Q&A - 9 Dec 2015Companies and government need each other on zero deforestation
Palm oil companies will comply with standards if the market tells them to, an industry leader says.
Smallholders at the heart of Indonesia’s zero-deforestation dispute
Government and business may find common ground in supporting small-scale oil palm farmers.
Restoration as a local solution with global benefits
Forest landscape restoration should be at the core of climate change strategies, Global Landscapes Forum hears.
Video Q&A - 8 Dec 2015Sharing the planet means sharing the problems
An indigenous activist calls for everyone to take responsibility for ‘protecting Mother Earth’.
Event Coverage - 8 Dec 2015‘Global village’ might not be such a cliché
Local practices with the commons offer lessons for collectively managing "global commons" such as oceans and the sky.