Beijing - China, 11 July 2009
New book showcases how conservationists can incorporate human rights into natural resource management
A new book released today calls for more emphasis to be placed on human rights when nature conservation policies are developed and implemented. Rights-based Approaches: Exploring issues and opportunities for conservation is a...
Jakarta -Indonesia, 05 June 2009
Payments to Reduce Carbon Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Could Preserve Habitat for Orangutans, Elephants and Other Endangered Mammal Species
JAKARTA (5 June 2009)—A new report published today provides compelling evidence that paying to conserve billions of tons of carbon stored in tropical forests could also protect orangutans, pygmy elephants, and other wildlife at...
Bogor -Indonesia, 02 March 2009
Frances Seymour, director general of the Center for International Forestry Research, will be in London on March 9 to address a parliamentary meeting on climate change organised by the Overseas Development Institute. This is an...