Patricie Nyirabahinzi earns income from growing plants for traditional medicine, but the government doesn't include these seedlings in its restoration programs—a situation emblematic of opportunities for the restoration movement to recenter itself around farmers' needs.
For the Commonwealth, green growth has entered Phase Three, recognizing that sustained economic growth can only be achieved by investing in low-carbon and less-polluting models of development. WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer explains.
China, the world's largest importer and consumer of timber products, has emerged as a leader in global environmental governance. It still has an opportunity to match that leadership in global efforts to protect forests.