By 2050, the tropics could see a 12 percent and 21 percent decline in wet and dry season precipitation.
The need for convergence between the climate change and sustainable development agendas
Scientists debate solutions to the threats faced by Indonesia’s mangrove forests at the Restoring Coastal Livelihoods conference in Bogor
Can the principle of no-cure-no-pay work?
Lack of data for REDD+ and greenhouse gas emission reduction policies drives need to measure carbon stock of Peru's peatlands.
High-altitude forests indicates the amount of carbon that trees and plants absorb is not rising due to climate change.
Scientists discuss the impacts of mangrove conversion, the potential for mangrove restoration and sustainable livelihood alternatives.
Peru needs to balance the demands for forest conservation and economic growth in order to achieve zero net deforestation.
CIFOR scientists question recent Economist article on global air temperature
How can we increase agricultural production among resource-poor farmers while taking climate change into consideration?