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UK government throws weight behind private sector push to tackle deforestation

UK government throws weight behind private sector push to tackle deforestation

Environment: GFW (global forest watch) is an initiative that is in favor of fighting against deforestation. It was brought together by the World resources institute and was made for the intention for the use of people who want to better manage forests

Environment: GFW (global forest watch) is an initiative that is in favor of fighting against deforestation. It was brought together by the World resources institute and was made for the intention for the use of people who want to better manage forests

Asia Pulp & Paper: from confrontation to engagement | Greenpeace International

Asia Pulp & Paper: from confrontation to engagement

Asia Pulp & Paper: from confrontation to engagement | Greenpeace International

Powered by Google, a new map from the University of Maryland reveals that the world lost about 500,000 square miles of forest between 2000 and 2012.

Map Reveals 500K Square Miles of Global Deforestation Over 12 Years

Powered by Google, a new map from the University of Maryland reveals that the world lost about 500,000 square miles of forest between 2000 and 2012.

気候変動問題のカギを握る「悪名高き」巨大企業は生まれ変わるのか

気候変動問題のカギを握る「悪名高き」巨大企業は生まれ変わるのか

Incentives needed before deforestation reduction can be successful

Incentives needed before deforestation reduction can be successful

A new study released on Tuesday showed that forests across the world are capable of holding 20 percent more carbon than earlier thought. If the findings are correct then it means that extra 125 billion tonnes of carbon can increase..

A new study released on Tuesday showed that forests across the world are capable of holding 20 percent more carbon than earlier thought. If the findings are correct then it means that extra 125 billion tonnes of carbon can increase..

'Indonesia is seeing a new corporate colonialism'

'Indonesia is seeing a new corporate colonialism'

Multinational companies have been encouraged to seize and deforest land owned by indigenous people, say human rights groups

Technology is allowing us to watch the world's forest disappear in real time, and hopefully halt it | Public Radio International

Technology is allowing us to watch the world's forest disappear in real time, and hopefully halt it | Public Radio International

PaperOne's environmental pledge sparks race to clear Sumatran forest

PaperOne's environmental pledge sparks race to clear Sumatran forest

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