Ensuring forests for the future
Turing over a new leaf
Within these landsapes WWF works to ensure countries have scientifically based and representative networks of well-managed protected areas, which are sustainably financed, ensure effective participation of local communities and provide social and economic benefits, and in addition, establish initiatives that support responsible forest management and trade.
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Global Forest and Trade Network
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The Human Element
People play a crucial role in conservation
Bringing More Voices to Indigenous Territorial Governance
Participation numbers alone could illustrate the desire for this kind of information and support
The Indigenous People who joined Traditional and Western Wisdom to Study their Territory
For the first time in Colombia, an Amazonian indigenous organization analyzes its territory’s ...
“Yo Prefiero el Agua”
It’s dusk when we rumble down the dirt road on the way back to Doña Blanca’s house.
El retorno de la Selva
Implementar un enfoque innovador con la finalidad de restaurar los paisajes deforestados y ...
The Rainforest’s Comeback
Applying new scientific and technological methodology to reverse some of the major impacts of ...
Crowdsourcing a Better Way to Detect Oil Palm
However, the simple presence of green in a landscape can unintentionally obscure our ability to ...
New IKEA forestry standard raises sustainability baseline
IKEA’s expanded IWAY Forestry Standard now covers bamboo, rattan and paper, adding almost 5m m3 RWE ...
Building capacity to manage and resolve conflict in Indonesian forest concessions
Social conflict between local communities and forest concessions is one of the many challenges ...
Advancing knowledge of “jurisdictional approaches” to responsible commodity production
Jurisdictional approaches are exciting the global agriculture and conservation communities.