Jump to Navigation

Forestry

Issue date: 
2017, January

Ending Tropical Deforestation: Have We Got Our Priorities Backwards?

In working to change the world, there’s always a need to keep asking ourselves whether we’re focusing on what’s most important.

Issue date: 
Thursday 22 October 2015 09.19 BST

Europe failing to clamp down on illegal logging, report warns

Auditors say EU scheme to tackle $100bn global trade in illegal timber is poorly designed, badly managed and largely ineffective

Issue date: 
9/21/15

Three Reasons FAO’s New Forest Numbers Don’t Add Up

Deforestation has made several big headlines in recent weeks:

Issue date: 
April 30, 2015

Guyana’s prime timbers – over-harvested, under-priced and minimally taxed

DEAR EDITOR,

Issue date: 
2010-May-11

News: European Parliament gets tough on illegal logging

EU suppliers of timber from illegal sources must pay fines that reflect the real environmental and economic damage done by illegal logging, said Environment Committee MEPs on Tuesday.

Issue date: 
3/11/13

Logging, tropical forests and biodiversity — what we don’t know

A new paper in Conservation Biology (subscription required) from researchers at UC Berkeley and elsewhere provides an important reminder that we often don’t know as much as we think we do about ecological systems and the effe

Issue date: 
November 15, 2013

“Zero” deforestation targets misleading, say experts

WARSAW, Poland — Targets set by governments and others to cut deforestation can be misleading and might not save as much rainforest as intended, undermining the fight against climate change, scientists say in a review published on

Issue date: 
October 27, 2013

Causes of deforestation getting lost in REDD+ rhetoric – analysis

Debates about REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation) are skirting a fundamental issue by failing to discuss what actually causes deforestation in the first place, a media analysis has fo

Issue date: 
30/10/2013

Deforestation causes being overlooked, report finds

A media analysis has revealed that the fundamental issue relating to the reasons behind deforestation is being overlooked while debates about REDD+ rage on.

Issue date: 
November 1st, 2013

Rhetoric or action in global efforts to protect forest communities?

JOHANNESBURG, 29 October 2013 (IRIN) - A UN mechanism that purports to involve forest-dependent communities in preventing forest loss to curtail greenhouse gas emissions is failing to do so, finds a new study.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Forestry


by Dr. Radut