Cameroon’s ‘Technical Operation Units’ may provide a foundation for adopting a landscape approach to development.
The station broadcasting climate change news in Lingala, Kituba, French and Pidgin English.
“There is a need for a radical change in national climate policies..."
The lack of awareness is troubling for the world's second-largest area of tropical forest.
Scientists offer four step approach to integrating climate change adaptation into forest management policies.
Scientists and policy makers hope to see conservation and development not only coexisting, but blooming together in Africa.
Private sector and civil society required to bridge the gap in forest governance.
New project aims to provide policymakers and communities with information to help adapt to climate change and reduce carbon emissions.
If forest management policies in the Congo Basin continue to disregard the differences between men and women, they'll be inefficient on the ground irrespective of how well they are designed, says CIFOR scientist Anne-Marie Tiani.
KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo (14 November, 2012)_500 km in four days: CIFOR researcher Felicien Kengoum shares the highs and lows of doing research in a remote town in the DRC.