What is your shrimp cocktail costing the planet?
Indonesian mangroves store some 3.14 billion tonnes of carbon – so preserving them could help the country slash emissions.
A whole lot of reasons why preserving mangroves makes a whole lot of sense
Ugly, smelly, overlooked ... and a wonderland for environmental protection and people's livelihoods.
“Indonesia is between a rock and a hard place.”
Forests remain stubbornly complex, forcing some tough decisions ahead.
The end of the beginning of REDD+ implementation?
Everything from human rights to the Green Climate Fund will be up for discussion.
Reforestation simply for carbon storage risks creating a barren, fragile monoculture.
New research uses ocean temperatures to predict drought - and therefore fire conditions.