Bogor - Indonesia, 23 November 2010
Significant progress toward a deal on REDD+ may be made at the upcoming U.N. Climate Change Conference in Mexico, but negotiators will first have to find common ground on a range of sticky details about how it may work.
YAOUNDÉ - Cameroon, 19 November 2010
A new study finds a lack of transparency and corruption are reducing the impact of an initiative in Cameroon that channels a portion of national timber levies to rural forest communities. The study highlights the challenges of...
Cancún - Mexico, 11 October 2010
More than 1,500 leading forestry experts, activists, policymakers, global leaders, and climate change negotiators will gather on the sidelines of UNFCCC COP-16 for the fourth annual Forest Day to discuss the urgency of ensuring...
Bogor - Indonesia, 16 September 2010
Meeting will bring together the world's leading scientists and thinkers on forests and climate change to inform the global agenda, alongside December's United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico.
Oaxaca - Mexico, 03 September 2010
With governments across Latin America preparing to implement a new financial mechanism aimed at mitigating climate change by curbing carbon emissions from the destruction of tropical forests, experts gathering here today warned...
Bali - Indonesia, 20 July 2010
CIFOR to make 1,000 copies available free to foresters and academics
Bali - Indonesia, 19 July 2010
The 2010 International Meeting of the Association of Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) opens today in Bali, Indonesia, amid growing concerns that the world is facing a biodiversity crisis on an unprecedented scale. Habitat...