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Interview - 6 Sep 2018
Our leading drone ecologist shares how this technology is changing forest and land management research
News - 4 Sep 2018
New maps show indigenous peoples are custodians of 40% of Earth’s protected and ecologically intact landscapes

News - 21 Aug 2018
On the road back from ‘safari science’ to embedded collaboration
A call for researchers and policymakers to reconnect with the grounded realities of tropical forest conservation
Quiz - 9 Aug 2018
Today’s the day to celebrate indigenous peoples!
In honor of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, a quiz!
News - 7 Aug 2018
Rights in the DRC: Whose rights matter?
Indigenous women are pushing for inclusion in land reform processes
Analysis - 6 Aug 2018
Getting landscape approaches off the ground, on the ground
A new, five-year CIFOR project will put the concept of ‘landscape approach’ into action
News - 2 Aug 2018
Rights in the DRC: What’s getting in the way?
Assessing implementation gaps for land tenure reform and community rights
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
Event Coverage - 19 Jun 2018
Risky business: Tenure issues main deterrent for investment
Experts from finance, research and policy cite land tenure as biggest perceived risk
News - 29 May 2018
Progress on the process of managing landscapes
An update on the concept and development of the 'landscape approach'
Event Coverage - 23 May 2018
Outcomes for forests at the Bonn Climate Change Conference
Slow progress on the Paris Agreement Rule Book’s imminent COP 24 deadline
Event Coverage - 22 May 2018
Using the ‘four powers’ to tackle land use dilemmas
A framework to understand the power structures at play in global landscapes