Drought is fueling water shortages and food insecurity in Karangazi, Rwanda. Jean Baptise Mutabaruka knows that planting trees would help his community, but he's struggled to find funding.
Forested nations like Gabon are just starting to develop commodities like palm oil. But as more companies commit to eliminate deforestation from their supply chains, will Gabon get left behind?
Blending mushrooms into burgers improves their taste while lowering emissions, saving water and reducing land demand.
Indonesia’s Geospatial Information Agency will announce results this week of a competition for mapping the nation’s peat. The winning team will receive $1 million. The world will receive the information it needs to start protecting these carbon-rich wetlands.
While restoring degraded landscapes yields $7-$30 for every $1 invested, it still isn't receiving the funding it needs. That's where governments come in.
New research from WRI and others shows that stopping deforestation, restoring forests and improving forestry practices could cost-effectively remove 7 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, or as much as eliminating 1.5 billion cars.
Americans wasted about 6 million turkeys last Thanksgiving. Researcher Brian Lipinski explains how we can all do better while still enjoying the holiday meals we love.
Companies from Kenya to the United States are making money by restoring degraded forests and landscapes.
By planting the White House Kitchen Garden, Michelle Obama spurred a movement that's helping combat a warming planet.