Forest conservation news
Chinese and Mozambique Governments Support Unique Training for Companies Operating Oversees
The governments of China and Mozambique have moved to promote sustainable forest management ...
The Carpathian Convention at 10: On the map, but much left to do
The Carpathians turn 10 years old this month but it has only been only relatively recently that the ...
Keeping an eye on deforestation
Collaboration on forest monitoring outside Brazilian Amazon is announced
New forest loss figures highlight need for green growth in the Greater Mekong
The Greater Mekong subregion in Southeast Asia risks losing more than a third of its remaining ...
Russian forests and tigers left floored by illegal logging
The forests of the Russian Far East are being pushed to the brink of destruction due to pervasive, ...
WWF invites 70 companies to 2013 Environmental Paper Company Index
Gland, Switzerland— WWF has invited the world’s most important and strategically relevant paper ...
Not much protected and no commitment to restoration in APP forest promises
The much-touted new deforestation policy of controversial paper giant Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) ...
FSC certification in Cameroon surpasses 1 million hectares
Total Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified area in Cameroon has exceeded 1 million hectares
APP suppliers pulping new bid for sustainability credentials in Kalimantan?
NGO observers have claimed that pulp timber suppliers to controversial paper giant Asia Pulp ...
Governments start to rein in ivory and rhino horn trade, give sharks and timbers better protection at wildlife trade meeting
A critical wildlife trade meeting closed Thursday with decisions from world governments to regulate ...