Three scientists discuss the promise and complications of the landscape approach.
Calculating economic value of forests often overlooks biodiversity, study finds
How should we value pristine forests far from large human populations?
For forests, food and the future, it’s all about biodiversity
The world must consider forests in efforts to meet Sustainable Development Goals.
Prunus africana: A sustainable management reality check
Somehow, the scientific recommendations aren't making a difference on the ground.
Carbon or biodiversity conservation – you can’t have the best of both worlds
Forests remain stubbornly complex, forcing some tough decisions ahead.
It takes a village to re-raise a forest
To stem the effects of climate change on the country and its people, Ethiopia is looking towards forestry as a key solution
Q & A: Lessons from Ethiopia for forest landscape restoration
An interview with CIFOR Scientist Habtemariam Kassa
Q&A: Lessons from Latin America for forest landscape restoration
An interview with Manuel Guariguata, CIFOR Principal Scientist and Team Leader – Forest Management and Restoration
What can Ethiopia learn from China about restoring forest landscapes?
Q&A: Lessons from China for forest landscape restoration
An interview with Louis Putzel, CIFOR Senior Scientist
In the forest, women’s voices not heard: report
Gender equality requires more than inviting women to meetings.