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Keeping trees in the ground

Keeping trees in the ground

CIFOR targets the social and economic causes of deforestation, working with communities, government and private companies to find ways to restore and sustain tropical forests.

Protect Our Species

Protect Our Species

From honeybees to elephants, CIFOR researchers have covered biodiversity through their forestry research. Spend some time exploring CIFOR's collection of stories, publications and multimedia which...

Bamboo

Bamboo

In addition to being known as a source of food, fiber, firewood and construction material, bamboo can also play a role in land restoration. The...

Bosques del Perú y comunidades tradicionales:  Evidencia sobre derechos y tenencia

Bosques del Perú y comunidades tradicionales: Evidencia sobre derechos y tenencia

En todo el mundo, existe cada vez más consenso de que asegurar los derechos al territorio de las comunidades forestales tradicionales puede beneficiar tanto a...

Restoration

Restoration

The UN recently declared 2021-2030 to be the “Decade of Ecosystem Restoration,” but what does that entail? Learn more about this important topic with CIFOR’s...

Women & Land Rights

Women & Land Rights

In celebration of International Women’s Day on 8 March, CIFOR has created a special feature spotlighting the issue of women and land rights. Securing tenure...

Food Security

Food Security

Food security with its four pillars – availability, access, utilization and stability – is a global concern, which ranges from chronic hunger to overnutrition. Adding...

Blue Carbon

Blue Carbon

Blue carbon refers to the carbon captured and stored in oceans and coastal ecosystems. It can be found in a number of places, including tidal...

Wild meat

Wild meat

Wild meat includes over 500 wild vertebrate species traded and consumed throughout Oceania, South America, South and Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. In remote rural...

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