In focus Illegal logging



News - 17 Apr 2019
What Peru’s government officials think of collective titling
Bureaucracy, budgets, and a blank book on indigenous conflict resolution
Feature - 18 Jan 2019
Barking up the same trees
‘Water and forest cannot be separated’ in East Africa’s Rift Valley
9 Oct 2018
Governing forests for sustainability: What works?
Special issue explores efficacy of different interventions
News - 14 Aug 2018
In Central Africa, public procurement can boost demand for legal wood
A bid for mandatory sourcing of legal timber in calls for tenders across the region
Analysis - 26 Jul 2018
Before a landscape approach, an integrative initiative to try
Landscape approaches can be difficult to begin. Here’s a middle-ground option
Analysis - 20 Jun 2018
What if Cameroonian consumers wanted legal timber?
Demand for legal timber is still low in Cameroon, but this might change in the coming years
News - 4 Jan 2018
Our best stories of 2017
A look back at the year’s highlights on Forests News
News - 6 Sep 2017
Brazil nuts: Savior seeds of the Amazon basin?
Re-examining the region’s ‘cornerstone of conservation’
Photo Essay - 12 Jul 2017
Helping Indonesian craftsmen go global, sustainably
Mechanisms to ensure wood is legally sourced are essential to conserve forests, and can also help small businesses expand exports, thereby increasing incomes