Emmanuelle Berenger, lead sustainable forest manager for the Rainforest Alliance, stated that preserving forests for humanity’s well-being is not an option anymore, rather it is a must.
A longtime participant in our programs in Guatemala met with Vice President Harris.[Read more...]
Climate change and inequality are inextricably bound, and we need to recognize that who owns, controls, and benefits from natural resources determines the future of the land—and the communities who call it home.
Giving indigenous communities legal title to their land has been shown to be more effective at protecting forests than declaring them national parks.