We are always seeking additional partners who support our project.
Partnerships with other organizations will allow participants to transmit their findings to policy makers, students, foresters, and the general public via webinars, policy briefs, field training, and on-line courses.
- The #Forests2015 Blog
Earlier this year, the EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet and Health published its version of a sustainable diet that could feed the nearly 10 billion people expected to inhabit the world by 2050, > More
In 2010, researchers surveying the eastern Gulf of Mexico to study what sperm whales eat, collected numerous animals from the ocean’s depths. While examining the collection in 2013, Mark Grace of the > More
JAKARTA — The Indonesian government plans to burn waste to fuel power plants in four cities on the island of Java this year as part of efforts to tackle the country’s plastic waste crisis. Indonesia i > More
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Environmental Justice and National Environmental Groups Advance a Historic Joint Climate PlatformWashington, D.C. — To confront the widening dangers of our climate crisis, leading U.S. environmental j > More
New Survey Shows Strong Support for Electric Vehicles Across Economic SpectrumWASHINGTON (July 18, 2019)—The electric vehicle market may be poised for accelerating growth, according to a new survey of > More
Northern Great Plains Region Areas to Endure Nine Weeks or More a Year When “Feels Like” Temperature Exceeds 100 Degrees Increases in potentially lethal heat driven by climate change will affect every > More
In a side event that kicked off the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn, an impressive group of partners all echoed one key message: holistic, place-based policy approaches are possible, necessary, and ov > More
An upcoming Digital Summit hosted by the Global Landscapes Forum will bring together new voices from across Africa to discuss how to engage the private sector in integrated landscape management (ILM). > More
“Everyone wants coordination, but nobody wants to be coordinated.” These words from Nora Berrahmouni, Senior Forestry Officer for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, at the start of a ses > More
Canada Is Joining an International Agreement to Close Ports to Illegal Fishers. It's a Big Deal for Global Food Security Comments|Add Comment|PrintA vessel suspected of illegal fishing. Wikimedia > More
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10 Breakthrough Technologies Can Help Feed the World Without Destroying It Comments|Add Comment|PrintResearchers are developing lower-emissions rice varieties, feed additives and other technological i > More
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Our #Forests2015 blog competition received 63 entries from 32 countries. The battle was fierce, but also fun. While we agree with “Hot Chocolate” who sung “Everyone’s a winner” back in 1978, we HAD > More
The large youth team, participating in the World Forestry Congress, organized a spontaneous flash mob at the conference. The flash mob was one more way they attracted the attention of media and partic > More