Unraveling the complex web of legal arrangements in tropical forest countries reveals some of the forces shaping land use.
Environmental liability law and its implementation in countries that struggle with deforestation have come under scrutiny.
A new framework helps countries assess whether to cut emissions from forestry or agriculture.
Valuing rights and ecosystems gives the Paris Agreement a holistic perspective, one that we need if we are to avoid “wrong” climate actions.
If managed well, swidden farming in Borneo can provide vital ecosystem services and protect biodiversity, study says
Efforts to beat climate change have helped boost tropical countries’ capacity to measure their forest carbon.
Mangrove plantations in the Mekong Delta store just as much carbon as ones that regenerate naturally, research suggests.
Ahead of World Wetlands Day, research shows how protecting mangroves can mitigate sea level rise – while also helping them adapt to its effects.
Avoiding further devastation from land fires in Indonesia means unraveling the complex causes fueling them.
From elections to elephants ... Nothing is simple when it comes to the causes of Indonesia’s fires.