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

Deforestation has made several big headlines in recent weeks:

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September 2, 2013

Communities need more than money to stop clearing their forests, new research shows

According to a recent study funded by the World Bank and published in Science magazine, tropical land use change was responsible fo

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February 1, 2013

Forests and Food: Thoughts on Our Fear of Working Together

Last week the Yale chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters webcast its annual conference, this year focused on Food and Forests: Cultivating Resilient

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February 05, 2013

Globalisation, logging concessions, conservation organisations and local people

A commonly held view in the developed part of the world is that conservation organisations are doing "good" when offering small-scale development activities to improve local livelihoods of people in remote forested areas, such as those in southeast Cameroon.

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December 27, 2012

Logging concessions and local livelihoods in Cameroon

Sustainable forest management gives the opportunity to better integrate the way local populations use thei

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Jul 13, 2012

Soon, you can earn credits for planting trees

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28 May 2012

Logging in tropical forests: not all is lost

As tropical forests give way to cities, roads and soybean fields, what’s left behind is a collage of forest remnants and ‘secondary’ forests that regrow after agricultural lands are abandoned.

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22 May 2012

Moving REDD+ forward: more structured discussion on the drivers of deforestation is needed

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April 25 2012

Logging companies may assist rural development: Study

Logging companies play a key role in developing forest regions in Central Africa, a CIFOR report studying the impact of commercial forest management says.

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May 3, 2012

Rebirth Control: Lessons Learned from 90 Years of Rainforest Regeneration

There are macaques everywhere—climbing on the rocks, grooming one another as they sit on the forest floor. Others have babies on their backs as they trot along at a fair clip.


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by Dr. Radut