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News - 7 Jun 2018
One student’s quest to save the endangered, golden-timbered Afrormosia
News - 29 May 2018
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
News - 9 May 2018
In Indonesia, social forestry gets socialized
A new guidebook helps community members and policymakers understand complex social forestry schemes
News - 1 May 2018
Participatory monitoring key to restoration success
To achieve global restoration goals long-term, local involvement needs more support
News - 19 Apr 2018
Fishing with a new research method nets bountiful insights
To better understand fisheries, scientists applied a review method from the medical world – to deep results
News - 17 Apr 2018
Why social forestry: Securing the sap
Tenure security from forestry schemes can help communities stabilize their economies and reduce conflict
News - 16 Apr 2018
Why social forestry: Keeping the coffee
From a destroyed landscape to profitable plantations, a Sumatran village shows the benefits of social forestry schemes in Indonesia
Analysis - 4 Apr 2018
Agroforestry: Why don’t farmers plant more trees?
Smallholder tree farming in fragmented tropical landscapes can boost crop production and protect the landscape too
News - 27 Mar 2018
10 years on, tenure remains a challenge for REDD+
A closer look at results from five countries
News - 26 Mar 2018
Turning down the heat in Indonesia’s oil palm industry
Good governance and sustainability incentives can provide alternatives for land conversion fires