To achieve emissions reduction goals in a credible manner, companies with significant land footprints must take early action to eliminate deforestation and conversion.
Giving indigenous communities legal title to their land has been shown to be more effective at protecting forests than declaring them national parks.
Treehugger spoke to Ruth Rennie, Rainforest Alliance’s director of standards and assurances, for an in-depth look at what the new standard brings to the world of sustainable and ethical agriculture.
Governments must invest far more in protecting the world’s tropical forests, a key ally in warding off climate change and future pandemics.
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