Since the very first Earth Day more than four decades ago, the environmental movement has tackled a wide range of problems, including air pollution,…
Can the world have its palm oil and forests, too? This is an issue that my colleague and I discussed a while back.
Last week, experts from the World Resources Institute (WRI) and our colleagues from Brazilian businesses and organizations gathered at the Botanical Garden in Rio de Janeiro.
Today, WRI releases a new map that identifies the hotspots where urban and suburban development are putting forests at risk in the southern United States.
This week, WRI is joining Céline Cousteau to celebrate the life and legacy of Jacques Cousteau – a man who opened the world’s eyes to what lies beneath the sea.
2010 was a significant year for global efforts to tackle illegal logging. Here’s a look back on some of that progress.
By Craig Hanson and Moray McLeish on January 4, 2011
The following interview with Craig Hanson and Moray McLeish was conducted and compiled by Jeremy Hance and Rhett A. Butler for mongabay.com and is reposted with permission. Read the entire piece here on the Mongabay website.
Enforcement of the amended Lacey Act has begun, both on and off the public radar. Here are tips on how to remain in compliance.
Climate change may dominate headlines today. Ecosystem degradation will do so tomorrow.
Why should business care?
Today the Green Power Market Development Group-Europe (GPMDG-EU) announced in Lausanne, Switzerland completion of its first 100 megawatts (MW)
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