Best of 2014: Global study of forests, poverty shakes up the terrain

  BOGOR, Indonesia—In March, the Center for International Forestry Research published the most comprehensive study on the links between forestry and livelihoods to date. In a suite of research papers published in a special issue of World Development, researchers challenged conventional wisdom about key areas, including the importance of environmental income, the roles of men and women in forest-product use, and... Read more

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