US President Barack Obama’s top science advisor will explore fresh ways to tackle energy challenges during a rigorous scientific debate,…
“I think it’s possible to have more food, more forests, fewer emissions and better livelihoods. It can be done.”
The stark warning comes from Carlos Nobre, a member of the UN Secretary General's High-level Panel on Global Sustainability.
Eduardo Brondízio of Indiana University hopes to 'provoke questions that people may not be thinking about' during an upcoming colloquium.
"The reason we’re making this public is really about outreach and awareness raising," said CIFOR scientist Louis Verchot.
Discussions at the 2014 Forests Asia summit focus on innovative ways of financing sustainable landscape management.
Scientists and policy makers hope to see conservation and development not only coexisting, but blooming together in Africa.
Women want to adapt to new ways of farming, but often lack access to technology and sufficient expertise.
Combining innovation in both public and private investment in household enterprises is the key to restore and maintain healthy landscapes.