Ensuring forests for the future
Turing over a new leaf
Within these landsapes WWF works to ensure countries have scientifically based and representative networks of well-managed protected areas, which are sustainably financed, ensure effective participation of local communities and provide social and economic benefits, and in addition, establish initiatives that support responsible forest management and trade.
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Global Forest and Trade Network
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Bringing indigenous knowledge to the table against climate change
Indigenous peoples have a high stake in the outcomes of the climate negotiations and are frequently ...
Indonesia haze sends a clear message on climate
Greenhouse-gas emissions from forest fires in Indonesia this year outstripped those of some of the ...
An open letter to world leaders regarding forests and climate change
In two weeks, you will have the opportunity to make history.
Two weeks to go - Leaders must respond in Paris to Prince Charles’ call to action on deforestation
Governments, businesses and civil society need to work together to tackle deforestation if global ...
Hope for forests in climate negotiations – but still work to be done
Forests will be on the agenda at the crucial UN climate change talks in Paris next month – but we ...
Indigenous peoples share common ground in forests and climate roundtable
Indigenous peoples from forests across the world have a vital role to play in the global response ...
Further certification success for Vietnam's Quang Tri smallholders
More than 500 smallholders in Vietnam are now experiencing the benefits of FSC certification.
WWF Advisory to Buyers and Investors of Sinar Mas Group / Asia Pulp & Paper (SMG/APP)
Sinar Mas Group’s Asia Pulp & Paper (SMG/APP) and its pulpwood suppliers have a 30-years history of ...
Why forests matter for the 2015 Paris climate agreement
The climate movement must capture this window of opportunity
WWF queries IFCC/PEFC certification of Indonesian pulp plantations
Most of Indonesia's pulpwood plantations were established by clearing natural forests and peatlands.