In focus Community forestry

News - 2 Nov 2015
Cameroon’s ‘Technical Operation Units’ may provide a foundation for adopting a landscape approach to development.
News - 5 Jul 2017
Lessons from Vietnam for protecting forests

DG’s Column - 23 Mar 2018
To protect the world’s forests, we must start with its cities
Out with the old. As urban centers grow, a new approach is needed to care for landscapes
News - 19 Mar 2018
Restarting Nepal’s forestry sector
Will federalism lead to better forest management?
DG’s Column - 15 Feb 2018
Taking a landscape approach to the world’s biggest challenges
CIFOR’s Robert Nasi at the Global Landscapes Forum
News - 7 Feb 2018
What mountain forests do for human well-being
Taking stock of ecosystem services in the mountains of southern Asia
News - 10 Jan 2018
How happiness impacts forestry (and vice versa) in Bhutan
Finding the connections between forests and Gross National Happiness
News - 8 Jan 2018
40 years of restoration in Nepal
How government and community efforts have revitalized forest landscapes
News - 22 Dec 2017
How China, Nepal and Ethiopia are restoring forest landscapes
Comparative study launched on sidelines of the Global Landscapes Forum finds success in devolving property rights
Interview - 19 Dec 2017
Why indigenous rights matter for REDD+
CIFOR analyst Stephen Leonard on the growing international role of indigenous rights for action on forests and climate
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