OSLO Brazil has made good progress in safeguarding the Amazon rainforest but Indonesia's plans for its forests could face setbacks under a new government, a report commissioned by top forest aid donor Norway said on Monday. Norway, rich from ... Oman Tribune, 2 weeks ago
Tropical forests: A clearing in the trees - ACQ Magazine, 1 week ago
Report lauds Brazil on saving forests, but holds fears on Indonesia - Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago
IN Kenya's Kikuyu Escarpment in Kiambu County, there is an environmental group doing great things for their surroundings. A less than 50 km-long drive from Kenya's capital Nairobi recently took a group of African journalists to Kereita Forest, an ...Individual.com, 2 weeks ago Namibia: The Rehabilitation of Kereita Forest AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Baripada, 28 July Protection of forest and wildlife is not just the responsibility ofenvironmentalists, nature lovers and wildlife loversbut the duty of every person who is concerned about the future of the planet. It ...The Statesman, 1 month ago
A peaceful protest by indigenous women in Indonesia shows the power of grassroots activism to tackle climate change Mama Aleta in the forest of West Timor (Pic: Goldman Environmental Prize) By Megan Darby When the government of West Timor ...Responding to Climate Change, 3 weeks ago
Green groups and private sector says REDD+ is key to cutting emissions, but government action is needed Pic: mariusz kluzniak/Flickr By Sophie Yeo Forest protection efforts could stagnate or decline unless governments back UN-led efforts to ...Responding to Climate Change, 1 month ago
A key stakeholder group working on ways to protect the Waikato and Waipa rivers is taking a multi-faceted approach to gathering information about the right path forward. The 25-strong Collaborative Stakeholder Group (CSG) is part of the Healthy ...Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
Is the Nexus Between the Illegal Wildlife and Forestry Trade and Transnational Security Finally Being Taken Seriously?
Deprived of traditional methods of funding from donor countries and the diaspora, terrorist groups such as Al-Shabaab are turning to the illegal wildlife and forestry trade to sustain their activities. By Tom Keatinge, Associate Fellow, RUSI ...RUSI Whitehall Papers, 1 month ago
Teléfono +34 91 774 63 87 [email protected] www.clh.es The company will award prizes for the four best entrepreneurial initiatives of the ADE2020 project accelerator in 2014 The CLH Group has signed an agreement with the Agency for Business ...Noodls, 1 month ago
Research on Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) in the Amazon has led to a new framework for policy analysis which could be applied to several tropical countries, including some of the world's poorest people. 8 July 2014 ...Economic and Social Research Council, 1 month ago
02 July 2014 | News story With growing populations and expanding industries hard hit by climate change, China's megacities are facing an unprecedented water crisis. IUCN and partners in China are examining how nature can be part of the solution.International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2 months ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!