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Helping Guatemala strengthen its ability to address climate change
MREDD+ works on three levels to test tools and models and provide lessons learned for refining state and national strategies.
The project supports indigenous Chatino coffee farmers.
The only realistic way to conserve forests is to apply sustainable forest management practices.
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…
The people of Madre de Dios are sustainably managing more than 197,000 acres (80,000 hectares) of forest.
For José Román Carrera, protecting forests is a matter of life and death.