Less laws, more communication, collaboration and capacity needed to manage world’s landscapes: expert

  CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom—Weak government institutions often hamper international conventions and treaties related to protecting forest resources, a leading expert says. A keynote speaker at the recent Biodiversity, Sustainable Development and the Law conference in Cambridge, Andrew Wardell of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) warned that while the ambitions of (MEAs) may be... Read more

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