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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Protecting carbon to destroy forests? Land enclosures and REDD+
A new report argues that REDD+ gives forest destroyers a way to legitimize their actions and reinforces historical inequalities.
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.
Community management means lower deforestation
New research finds that community-based forest management results in lower rates of forest cover loss than do protected areas.
Forbidden forest of the Dayak people
The Dayaks combine centuries-old indigenous knowledge with eco-tourism and carbon trading to fight deforestation.
Cutting emissions through innovation
Cleaner energy, boosted efficiency and lower emissions are essential, but technological innovation alone will not provide all the answers.
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