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The World Economic Forum's trillion trees initiative is supporting India's ambitious plan to increase forest cover and restore 26 million hectares of land
Forested areas around the globe are being lost to fires, but researchers have created a new map that provides vital data for managing their conservation.
Livestock are accountable for two-thirds of global agricultural emissions, but silvopastoral systems could provide solutions to many farming challenges.
As global demand for food increases so does pressure on commodity-driven deforestation. Analysis reveals the need for solutions that balance both issues.
Rising sea levels due to climate change means coastal megacities in poorer countries need to adopt blue-green infrastructure solutions like 'rain gardens'.
A new report from the WWF explains how forests directly impact public health, alleviate food security, filter air pollution and improve mental health.
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A programme to restore forest cover in a watershed area that serves São Paulo and other urban centres has restored 5,000 hectares (12,400 acres) since 2016.
Prioritising female leadership and expertise in rural conservation projects could help create a more sustainable future for communities across Africa.
A rural community in Kenya successfully regenerated 50% of their once denuded Mirema Forest by planting at least 300,000 trees in just five years.
Real progress on deforestation and climate change was made at COP26 in Glasgow, but people and organisations need to work together to accelerate efforts.
Worldwide nature-based solutions spending needs to rise four-fold by 2050 and the G20 will need to provide an extra $165 billion to meet such a target.
Indigenous peoples must be central to developing fair forest stewardship and restoration systems. These principles can help develop community partnerships.
Indigenous communities in Colombia have long protected the Amazon rainforest - from re-growing forest areas to looking at nature as having its own rights.