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Papua New Guinea: First National Forest Inventory and Biodiversity Survey – the tropical forests of this low income country are vital to protect local livelihoods. But you can’t manage what you can’t measure
from UN Food and Agriculture Organization
Brazil drought linked to Amazon deforestation - a leading earth scientist has told the BBC that there is a direct link between deforestation in the Amazon and the record drought in Sao Paulo
from BBC News
Recent news and analysis about Tropical Forests
To end deforestation, we must protect community land rights 31/5/2018: The ambitious target to halt global deforestation by 2020 is hampered by pervasive insecurity of community land rights in low income countries. Respecting land rights of indigenous peoples is an essential component of success.
Norwegian government under fire for generous forests funding 31/5/2018: Over the last 10 years, Norway has granted a total of almost $3 billion to projects aimed at reducing emissions from deforestation. Criticism is inevitable, as evidence emerges that some of the beneficiary countries are under-performing.
Norway and DRC forest partnership falters 24/5/2018: A major forest protection scheme in the Democratic Republic of Congo is in turmoil, amid a standoff between the country’s environment ministry and international donors.