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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Guyana hits paydirt on low-carbon development path
Guyana's low-carbon push could produce huge economic and environmental dividends.
Can REDD ever become green?
Social and other safeguards are needed if REDD initiatives are to cut GHG emissions while doing no harm and benefiting indigenous peoples.
Seeing the people for the trees
Over 1.3 billion forest peoples’ rights are in need of stronger national and international protection.
Mountain logging roads pave the way for Yoshino forestry
Carefully built mountain logging roads may be key in preserving the historical Yoshino forestry region and reviving Japan's timber industry.
Debate 2.0: WWF’s new unprintable file format
World Wildlife Fund's launch of a .wwf format raises a number of issues. Do you think it's genius, insulting or just dumb?
Local communities protect their Amazon
Residents in one of Peru's most deforested regions adopted 267,133 hectares of state-owned land and are working to conserve it.
The forest paradox during heatwaves
A European study has readjusted some former assumptions about the role of forests, crops and grassland in temperature regulation during heatwaves.
Biodiversity in the Hani cultural landscape
Indigenous wisdom is key in the complex forestry and land management system practised by the people of China's Ailao Mountains.
The tea forests of Yunnan
Mangjing Village's tea gardens show that traditional cultivation systems can both support local livelihoods and conserve biodiversity.
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