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Wetlands
GOT THE BLUES
Mangroves are famous for high “blue” carbon storage – and that applies to restored forests too.
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Rising tides: Will mangroves cope as sea levels climb?

Bushmeat
MODERN APPS, ANCIENT SPIRITS
Our series on hunting in the Colombian Amazon wraps up with four more articles. See them all here.
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Conservation: Traditions, taboos and tapirs
Technology: Hunting? There’s an app for that!
Nutrition: Wild meat: Amazonian superfood?
Exchange: Hunters in the Congo learn from Colombia
Borneo
IN DEFENSE OF ‘SLASH-AND-BURN’
If managed well, swidden farming can provide vital ecosystem services and protect biodiversity.
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Returning in 2016: Save the date!

Global Landscapes Forum: The Investment Case
6 June 2016
Royal Society London

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Wildlife
A DEATH FORETOLD
Why reports of the duiker’s demise were greatly exaggerated.
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Climate change
MASTERING MONITORING
How efforts to beat climate change have helped boost countries’ capacity to measure carbon.
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ANALYSIS: Why the Paris Agreement signals the need to protect ecosystems and human rights

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Does the establishment of sustainable use reserves affect fire management in the humid tropics?
Seeking solutions to break Indonesia’s fire and haze cycle
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Intermediate tree cover can maximize groundwater recharge in the seasonally dry tropics
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Distribution and numbers of pygmies in Central African Forests
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Ecosystem services and climate change
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Power, policy and the Prunus africana bark trade, 1972-2015
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Director CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees, and Agroforestry (FTA)
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UPCOMING EVENTS
World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty
14-18 Mar 2016, Washington DC, United States.
Forests for the Future – New Forests for Africa
16 - 17 Mar 2016, Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City, Accra, Ghana.
5th International Conference on Oil Palm and Environment (ICOPE)
16 - 18 Mar 2016, The Westin Resort Bali, Indonesia.
UNGA High-level Thematic Debate: Implementing Commitments on Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Financing
11 - 12 Apr 2016, New York City, United States.
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