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.
How does the new agreement on REDD set the stage for halting the destruction and degradation of forests?
Enhancing Coordination for More Effective Interim REDD+ Financing
This working paper proposes several options for improved coordination of REDD+ financing at the national, bilateral and multilateral level. It identifies a need to balance improvements in coordination at the global level with the equal importance of promoting flexibility, learning, and country-...
An update on the role of forests and REDD+ in the international climate negotiations.
As a result of rapid development over the last 40 years, the vast majority of land in the southern U.S. has been in some way impacted by humans.
As a result of rapid development over the last 40 years, the vast majority of land in the southern U.S. has been in some way impacted by human activity.
Expanding agriculture onto already degraded lands could relieve pressure on the world’s remaining forests.
Enabling tropical countries to boost their economies and feed global populations whi
Tests detect potentially illegal wood in paper. Here are some tips to manage risk.
Unless solutions can be found that ensures land owners realize the full value of the benefits provided
With the price of timber declining, hundreds of thousands of private woodland owners across the South are struggling with balance sheets in the red.