In focus Climate change

Interview - 26 Feb 2018
A closer look at indigenous tenure at the Global Landscapes Forum
Interview - 22 Feb 2018
Scientist Esther Mwangi shares findings from Tanzania, Indonesia and Peru

Interview - 13 Feb 2018
Rainfall recycling: Trees as rainmakers
The role of forests in the water cycle in focus at the Global Landscapes Forum
Analysis - 9 Feb 2018
Give local development a chance
Why top-down development in the Amazon requires a critical rethink
News - 7 Feb 2018
What mountain forests do for human well-being
Taking stock of ecosystem services in the mountains of southern Asia
News - 6 Feb 2018
Borneo’s carbon sink
Primary forests are helping soak up carbon emissions – but that’s threatened by drought and fragmentation
Event Coverage - 30 Jan 2018
Precipitation and its relation to vegetation
Links between forests and water examined at the Global Landscapes Forum
Event Coverage - 29 Jan 2018
Transparent data needed to reach global goals on climate
At the Global Landscapes Forum, exploring common standards of data transparency in the land-use sector
News - 17 Jan 2018
Funding a low-carbon future
Unlocking private finance for climate and sustainable development
DG’s Column - 16 Jan 2018
Should we burn trees for energy?
CIFOR’s Robert Nasi weighs in on the EU debate over forest biomass
Analysis - 15 Jan 2018
Women producing charcoal in Zambia
(Or the costs and benefits of challenging the patriarchy)
News - 2 Jan 2018
Forests could keep the buzz in your coffee
In the face of climate change, scientists find good coffee needs trees – and bees
Photo Essay - 27 Dec 2017
At a once-premier reserve, sowing seeds of transformation
Improving well being, training local scientists, creating sustainable solutions – from a massive tropical forest in the Democratic Republic of the Congo...