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The Amazon is still burning. Our frontline partners update us on their emergency response to the fires.
Rural women must have access to the same resources, training, and opportunities as their male counterparts.
Priority areas include Indonesia, the Congo Basin, the Guinean Forest, and Amazonia.
Forest conservation, restoration, and improved land management practices increase carbon storage and avoid GHG emissions.
A promising alternative has begun to emerge: the devolution of forest management to local communities
Our efforts have benefited 12 communities, home to around 10,000 people.
Thanks to the exceptional richness of its forest ecosystems, Cameroon occupies the fifth rank in…
Central Africa contains the second largest expanse of contiguous moist tropical forest of the…