A company sourcing Brazil nuts creates both environmental benefits and solid profits.
Exploring Payments for Watershed Services in the U.S. South
The issue brief provides an overview of how businesses and water utilities in the United States and Latin America are pursuing upstream forest conservation as a cost-effective means of ensuring clean water supplies. It also suggests how many of these approaches could be applicable in the...
The government and people of the Democratic Republic of Congo can now track and monitor forests and logging concessions in the world's second largest rain forest.
It's time to raise awareness of the variety of incentives that can help forest owners in the southern U.S. keep their land.
Incentives for the U.S. South
This issue brief provides an overview of incentives, markets, and practices that can promote conservation and sustainable management in the forests of the southern United States.
Answers to frequently asked questions about fiber testing, a technology that can help find potentially illegal wood in the paper supply chain.
2010 was a significant year for global efforts to tackle illegal logging. Here’s a look back on some of that progress.
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.
This series of issue briefs explores incentives for ensuring that southern U.S. forests continue to supply the timber, water, recreation, and other benefits—known as “ecosystem services”—that people depend upon.
Jennifer Morgan and our team of climate experts look back on the keys to progress in Cancun, and analyze the major decisions.