Following the money: Global recovery rooted in forests, says U.N. report CIFOR May 2, 2022

Blockchain platform offers reforestation efforts access to carbon finance CIFOR Apr 18, 2022

Recognize full value of forests and land use in fight for climate CIFOR Apr 7, 2022

New book details best approaches to Adaptive Collaborative Management in forests CIFOR Apr 8, 2022

Rethink policy approach to dynamic bushmeat trade to conserve wildlife CIFOR March 30, 2022

Oil palm agroforestry in Brazil dispels myths about monocultures CIFOR March 21, 2022

New SAGU project prioritizes conservation of lowland and upland peat areas CIFOR March 16, 2022

Gender equality key for sustainable landscapes and fair food systems CIFOR March 8, 2022

IPCC report details catastrophe for planet as threats from climate change mount CIFOR March 3, 2022

Boost governance in Peru’s secondary forests to enhance landscape restoration CIFOR Feb 23, 2022

New research details complexity of growing risks to pangolins CIFOR Feb 21, 2022

Tubulence in the field: Winds of change buffet agroforestry in Vietnam CIFOR Feb 10, 2022

Women coffee growers in Vietnam boost climate mitigation through agroforestry CIFOR Feb 9, 2022

Shoring up Burkina Faso’s shea trade requires intensive landscape restoration efforts Jan 22, 2022

Ensuring REDD+ finance delivers fair finance and benefits to meet climate goals CIFOR Dec 23, 2021

Women’s land tenure a critical pillar for climate action, COP26 delegates say CIFOR Dec 3, 2021

Finding the sweet spot: How to scale up and finance ecosystem-based adaptation CIFOR Nov 22, 2021

Legal hubs help identify gaps to support sustainable wildlife management CIFOR Nov 17, 2021

COP26 corridors: Conversations on climate action CIFOR Nov 12, 2021

Biomass energy brings clean electricity to remote Indonesian islands CIFOR Nov 11, 2021

Pact prioritizes forests and biodiversity conservation in Papua New Guinea CIFOR Nov 9, 2021

COP26 deforestation pledges a win, but only if they are upheld CIFOR Nov 5, 2021

Spotlight on forests at COP26, a big step forward for climate talks CIFOR Oct 27, 2021

Boost funding and strategically align incentives with climate goals to save forests CIFOR Oct 21, 2021

Keep fossil fuels in focus while talking forests and trees at COP26, says forestry expert CIFOR Oct 20, 2021

Better support for local communities can boost reforestation efforts in Ethiopia CIFOR Oct 7, 2021

Deforestation from road expansion jeopardizes ecosystems in Indonesian New Guinea CIFOR Sep 28, 2021

Shaping a future that ensures women are at the center of the Ghana shea trade CIFOR Sept 14, 2021

Dissecting multi-stakeholder forums and how they shape forest governance CIFOR Aug 24, 2021

Forest communities in Bhutan benefit from deeper insights into ecosystem services CIFOR Aug 23, 2021

Scientists detail restorative mangrove and peatland management strategies CIFOR Aug 10, 2021

Seal of approval for Gunung Sewu UNESCO Global Geopark karst ecosystem in Indonesia CIFOR Aug 3, 2021

Women producers in Burkina Faso face hardship if shea industry dwindles CIFOR Aug 3, 2021

Taking stock of jurisdictional approaches to sustainable forest management CIFOR July 27, 2021

Pact aims to curtail planet-warming emissions from carbon-rich peatlands CIFOR July 15, 2021

Craft policies that jointly address biodiversity and climate crises, report says CIFOR June 13, 2021

A line in the sand: Dryland restoration for a food secure future CIFOR June 9, 2021

Structuring climate finance to benefit women and alleviate poverty CIFOR Jan 19, 2021

Q+A: Raising the value of a mangrove forest in Colombia CIFOR May 28, 2021

Forest-dwellers, global community must address tropical wildlife hunting risks CIFOR May 11, 2021

Rethink diet-land use connections to prevent future pandemics, scientist says CIFOR Apr 14, 2021

Undisturbed forests could cease to exist in large tropical humid regions by 2050, study says CIFOR March 30, 2021

Britain’s Prince Charles says circular economy powered by nature crucial for recovery CIFOR March 20, 2021

Wanted: A balanced assessment of the ecological impact of all vegetable oils CIFOR March 18, 2021

Forest-dwellers, global community must address tropical wildlife hunting risks CIFOR May 11, 2021

Strategic forest and landscape restoration for bioenergy and human survival CIFOR March 2, 2021

National forest monitoring capacity increases worldwide, research shows CIFOR March 1, 2021

Finding effective ways to ensure sustainable supplies of forest-risk commodities CIFOR Feb 27, 2021

Selective memories: The historical roots of environmentalism CIFOR Feb 22, 2021

Logging and mines occupy Baka Pygmy hunting areas in Cameroon CIFOR Feb 19, 2021

New guide aims to accelerate forest tenure pathways to gender equality CIFOR Jan 28, 2021

Structuring climate finance to benefit women and alleviate poverty CIFOR Jan 19, 2021

Indonesia creates expert wetlands team to revitalize development goal efforts CIFOR Dec 30, 2021

Rural livelihoods at risk in Congo Basin due to erratic rainfall and water flow CIFOR Dec 29, 2020

Reforestation and restoration targets missed as roads and mining expand CIFOR Nov 27, 2020

Let learning lead the way to strategic forest and landscape restoration  CIFOR Nov 24, 2020

A perfect storm: Study of peat fire mitigation sheds light on complex global challenge CIFOR Nov 12, 2020

Investing in biodiversity would win huge benefits, says CIFOR’s Robert Nasi CIFOR Oct 31, 2020

Researchers urge multi-level action to tackle climate-to-local pressures on forests CIFOR Jan 29, 2020

Natural climate solutions could reverse emissions in 30 tropical countries, scientists say CIFOR Jan 28, 2020

Management of intact forestlands by Indigenous Peoples key to protecting climate CIFOR Jan 15, 2020

Indonesia’s leadership in peatland management in focus at COP 25 CIFOR Jan 10, 2020

Human deforestation activities link bats to Ebola outbreaks CIFOR Jan 9, 2020

How climate finance and technology could better integrate women CIFOR Dec 2019

Forest science for the future: Back to the drawing board? CIFOR Dec 20, 2019

Peatland potential untapped in Nationally Determined Contributions: COP 25 CIFOR Dec 7, 2019

Tree initiative in Uganda refugee camps boosts nutrition and incomes CIFOR Dec 4, 2019

Knowledge gaps must be filled to meet global biodiversity targets CIFOR Nov 27, 2019

Pragmatics take precedence in scientific approach to landscape restoration CIFOR Oct 26, 2019

As pollinators, bats play key role in large-scale durian production in Indonesia CIFOR Oct 22, 2019

Climate smart biofuel production offers financial benefits for local communities CIFOR Dec 27, 2019

Esther Mwangi, researcher on gender and forest property rights, dies at 53 CIFOR Oct 9, 2019

Number crunching: Making sense of REDD+ and results-based payments CIFOR Aug 21, 2019

Small fortunes: How effective migration policies will benefit landscapes CIFOR Jan 24, 2019

Making connections: New funding opens dialogue on landscape approach efforts CIFOR Jan 16, 2019

Biofuel-friendly trees may boost landscape restoration efforts in Indonesia CIFOR Oct 22, 2018

Peatlands: Rewet to protect climate CIFOR Dec 18, 2018

Tougher FSC certification guidelines would make forest oversight more transparent in Brazil CIFOR Nov 19, 2018

Expansion of oil palm plantations into forests appears to be changing local diets in Indonesia CIFOR Oct 16, 2018

Winds of change buffet shea nut industry, hitting women hardest CIFOR Sept 30, 2014

Researchers offer “ghost ponds” a new lease on life CIFOR July 29, 2014

Forests gain foothold in proposed new development goals CIFOR July 23, 2014

Online tool seeks to tailor climate plans for forest communities CIFOR July 21, 2014

Scientist crowdsources questions to guide forest research  CIFOR July 15, 2014

Nobel winner Wangari Maathai forestry award deadline CIFOR July 15, 2014

REDD+ can help “green” Indonesia’s resource-dependent economy CIFOR July 7, 2014

Indonesia should cut its reliance on natural resources CIFOR July 3, 2014

Tracking genetic resources key to future role of forests CIFOR July 2, 2014

Stable governance, trade frameworks can tip Asia toward green economy CIFOR July 1, 2014

Scientist urges specialized policy responses for Africa-China timber trade CIFOR May 13, 2014

Q+A: Peg Putt on ‘decoupling’ economic growth to save the climate CIFOR May 12, 2014

A Chat With: Andrea Bassi on how a green economy can reduce climate change CIFOR May 2, 2014

A Chat With: Seong Il Kim about forestry studies in South Korea CIFOR May 1, 2014

Papua oil palm plans may benefit migrants more than local poor — report CIFOR April 29, 2014

Forest certification improves social standards in Congo basin, research finds CIFOR April 7, 2014

Scientific review shows oil palm plantations hurt biodiversity CIFOR March 20, 2014

Mangrove experts urge restoration, regeneration of organic coasts CIFOR March 18, 2014

SDGs should tackle energy access to boost gender equality — researcher CIFOR March 6, 2014

Expert urges new strategy for study of rural-urban migration CIFOR February 18, 2014

Mangrove conference to focus on improving coastal livelihoods CIFOR February 12, 2014

Study highlights link between tree cover and nutrition in children CIFOR January 20, 2014

Farmer urges range of measures to aid women battling climate change CIFOR December 24, 2013

Time to ‘connect the dots among gender, forests and REDD+, experts say CIFOR December 20, 2013

Toss cliches aside and consider gender in ‘landscape’ context — expert CIFOR December 18, 2013

Re-thinking investment in landscapes to aid sustainable development CIFOR December 17, 2013

‘Landscapes approach’ could alleviate W.Africa climate change woes – scientists  CIFOR December 13, 2013

Strong laws can boost sustainable development in Africa — expert CIFOR December 4, 2013

‘Landscapes approach’ dovetails with REDD+, scientist says CIFOR December 2, 2013

A cross-sectoral landscapes approach to improve forest livelihoods CIFOR November 20, 2013

Q+A: Emissions hotspots maps grist for climate change strategies CIFOR November 16, 2013

Tony LaVina on building a global coalition to end climate change CIFOR November 15, 2013

Putting land-use models to work in efforts to slow climate change CIFOR November 15, 2013

Board game puts new spin on competitive land-use dynamics CIFOR October 18, 2013

Traditional knowledge fuels climate change adaptation in Ghana CIFOR September 26, 2013

Indonesia president delivers promised REDD+ agency CIFOR September 10, 2013

Combat poverty while conserving great ape habitats – scientists CIFOR September 2, 2013

India’s Jenu Kuruba forest honey industry sticks to tradition – study CIFOR August 20, 2013

Interactive web app lets users map forest carbon emissions activities CIFOR August 1, 2013

Forging pro-poor collectives helps sustain Africa tropical dry forests  CIFOR July 16, 2013

Interactive web map makes facts behind Sumatra fires transparent CIFOR July 5, 2013

Landscape approach boosts global socio-economic benefits – experts CIFOR July 3, 2013

Bonn climate talks tackle emissions verification stumbling block CIFOR June 24, 2013

REDD+ emissions verification could lead to results-based aid financing CIFOR June 20, 2013

Global fund would provide effective means to fuel REDD+ climate change program-experts CIFOR June 11, 2013

Q+A: Can the REDD+ climate change program produce measurable results in the next three years? CIFOR June 10, 2013

Edible insects improve diets and livelihoods of up to 2 billion people-scientists CIFOR May 15, 2013

Q+A: Committee on World Security chair urges use of forest foods in diets CIFOR May 15, 2013

Scientists aim to pinpoint role of forests in battle against “hidden hunger” CIFOR May 13, 2013

Amazon timber-food balance saves smallholder livelihoods from risk CIFOR May 7, 2013

Audio Q+A: Do forest-dwelling children have more nutritious diets? CIFOR May 6, 2013

Forest-dwelling Borneo children foresee grim times ahead – study CIFOR April 22, 2013

Forest foods should be used in fight against global malnutrition – scientist CIFOR April 8, 2013

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