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News - 6 Nov 2011
Strong government, community spirit and Confucianism rebuild Korean forests.
DG’s Column - 15 Feb 2018
CIFOR’s Robert Nasi at the Global Landscapes Forum

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 to the world
News - 22 Dec 2017
In defining the landscape approach, ‘don’t fence us in,’ scientists say
Avoiding top-down definitions at the Global Landscapes Forum
Event Coverage - 20 Dec 2017
‘Knowledge starts with good data’: Mauritius President urges informed action on African landscapes
Scientists, leaders and communities make the connections at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn
Interview - 19 Dec 2017
Making tracks: How movement shapes landscapes
Scientist Houria Djoudi on why mobility and migration matter
DG’s Column - 18 Dec 2017
‘We are all stakeholders in the problems we address’
Reflections from CIFOR’s Director General, Robert Nasi, ahead of the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn
News - 12 Dec 2017
The cost of increasing ecosystem carbon
Vast variation across landscapes calls for targeted mitigation efforts
Video - 11 Dec 2017
What do forests have to do with food?
Delicious recipes and deeper insights from five sites in Africa
News - 16 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: The politics of REDD+ in Mexico
Why measurement, reporting and verification is not a strictly technical task
News - 9 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: From Balikpapan to global climate action
A diverse group moves from local to global in the fight against deforestation and climate change
News - 2 Nov 2017
Restoring forest landscapes: A question of community rights
What forest landscape restoration means for tenure, governance and communities