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Bold targets are needed to stop forest loss or more than 230 million hectares of forest could disappear by 2050, according to a new WWF report.
The UK Government gave its backing to a global scheme which will help developing countries cut their carbon emissions.
Greenpeace have published their report – ‘Bad Influence’ which look at the ways in which Mckinsey-inspired plans are leading to forest destruction.
WWF-UK has produced a great case study that captures some of the impacts and challenges experienced in over 5 years of work in Paraguay’s Atlantic forests.
Rural Development Interdiocesan Service (RDIS) have provided a very encouraging project end report despite difficult circumstances.
Our partner in Tamale Ghana, the Development Concern Centre has reported back on the progress of their Tree Protection through Bee keeping Project.
Read ITF’s position on the forest sell-off below and find out what you can do.
Work has got off to a remarkably effective start at the Cluny Wildlife Trust in Malawi – the project aims to reforest the indigenous woodlands on the island and to promote sustainable use of the forests.
A 3 year funding programme has been granted for a project, located in the Mopti Region, Mopti District, Sokura Commune in Mali.