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In advance of the IPCC report, scientists highlight five often overlooked reasons why limiting global warming requires protecting and sustainably managing the forests we have, and restoring the forests we’ve lost. LEARN MORE »
In support of accelerating climate ambition, eighteen foundations signed a joint statement affirming their commitment to supporting the critical role forests and sustainable land use, and indigenous guardianship of these places, play in the fight against climate change. LEARN MORE »
Better forest conservation, food production and consumption, and land use could deliver up to 30% of the climate solutions needed by 2030. LEARN MORE »
Deforestation leads to major increases in local temperatures, according to new peer-reviewed research. LEARN MORE »
The International Peat Mapping Team was awarded the Indonesian Peat Prize for their mapping technology. LEARN MORE »
A new set of materials helps explain how forests and land use relate to climate change. LEARN MORE »
Yaguas National Park is located in the Loreto Region of northern Peru and covers more than 868,000 hectares of Amazonian rainforest. LEARN MORE »
Site visits can be a powerful tool for knowledge sharing, capacity building, network formation, and policy promotion. New analysis suggests best practices. LEARN MORE »
Indigenous people will be supported in protecting their forest land and resources through International Land & Forest Tenure Facility. LEARN MORE »
Attempting to fight climate change without lifting up communities who protect forests is grave mistake, says Ford Foundation President. LEARN MORE »