17 October 2002
New Report Discovers Carbon Trading to Be Win-Win Proposition for Poor Villagers, Big Business, and for Slowing Climate Change
10 September 2002
Luca Tacconi, author of a new report on fires in Indonesia, says itis time to revise legislation and create effective social partnerships to solve the fireproblem rather than just allocating the blame.Each year, from February to...
18 July 2002
Center for International Forestry Research signs Memorandum of Understanding with Malinau Regency - East Kalimantan, IndonesiaJAKARTA, Indonesia Reflecting the important role of local government in forest management and the...
13 June 2002
The Center for International Forestry Research in Bogor (CIFOR) welcomes this week’s signing in Kuala Lumpur of the ASEAN Regional Haze Action Plan.The Regional Haze Action Plan calls for measures to prevent and monitor land and...
07 March 2002
New Report Finds That Conserving the World's Forests Depends on Support for Community-Based Forest Enterprises Indigenous and Local Groups Now Control 25 Percent Of Developing World's Forests
London, 7 March 2002 — The fate of the world's forests is inextricably linked to the fate of more than 500 million of the world's poorest people living in and around forested areas, according to a report released today by two of...
11 February 2002
Jakarta-Indonesia. Indonesia’s largest pulp producers plan to clear nearly 500,000 hectares of natural forest in Sumatra by 2007, according to a recent study by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the Center for...