Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water, and Camellia sinensis -- the plant from which it is derived -- is cultivated on more than six million acres (2.4 million hectares) around the globe.
This document profiles five major tourism businesses in Latin America that are working towards sustainability.
In this chapter from the book Dream of a Nation, Tensie Whelan discusses the ways that sustainable agriculture and forestry are essential to meet the needs of our planet’s rapidly growing population.
Help your students understand the unprecedented challenges facing our Earth -- and empower and inspire them to help protect it. The Rainforest Alliance makes it simple.