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Ten things companies and investors can do to meet no-deforestation commitments
There is growing corporate ambition to address commodity-driven deforestation and human rights abuses in global supply chains. Still, gaps remain between commitments and results for the “big five” forest-risk commodities: cattle, soy, timber and pulp, palm oil, and cocoa. Full findings and trends in corporate no-deforestation and nature-positive commitments post 2020 can be found in our […]
Forest Trends Impact Report 2022
Resilience in Action
Forest Trends was founded with the mission of putting an economic engine behind nature conservation – the idea being that our economy, our society, and our wellbeing all depend in very real and material ways on healthy natural ecosystems. That idea’s time has come. The world is looking to “nature-based solutions” to combat climate change, mitigate […]
What Brazil’s new government means for indigenous and local forest-based economies
For the first time in years, there is an administration in Brazil that is aligned with our priorities here at Forest Trends – in particular those of supporting local and indigenous environmental defenders, and advancing governance and policy that aims to conserve the environment rather than exploit it. Brazil is in the midst of several […]
Infografía: Pajonales altoandinos
Conjunto de ecosistemas de gran importancia hídrica para la conservación de las cuencas y el desarrollo de las comunidades de los Andes
Brazil's Biodiversity Law provides key safeguards for indigenous & traditional knowledge. Our latest blog analyzes… twitter.com/i/web/status/16404…
RT @ATUK_ce: Boris Ochoa-Tocachi @topicster, CEO de #ATUK y asesor en hidrología para @foresttrendsorg, moderando el panel "Less… https://t.co/Pr08nHeoJm
W/ new leadership in Brazil, there is increased interest in building a bioeconomy based on the wealth of biodiversi… twitter.com/i/web/status/16393…
Ahora | Anton Willems, Director Ejecutivo de @profonanpe_peru “Este acuerdo asegura los aprendizajes para que este… twitter.com/i/web/status/16392…
Ahora| Albina Ruiz, Ministra del Ambiente en firma del acuerdo #Merese para la Reserva Nacional Salinas y Aguada Bl… twitter.com/i/web/status/16392…
Ahora| John Machaca, jefe de la reserva nacional Salinas y Aguada Blanca “Firmar esta alianza en el marco de los… twitter.com/i/web/status/16392…
#Ahora Elias Valenzuela del @SERNANP presenta la Guía para la implementación de #Merese hídricos en áreas naturales… twitter.com/i/web/status/16392…
A great panel today @ the Nature Hub! "Lessons Learned on Accelerating & Scaling Nature-based Solutions." Thank you… twitter.com/i/web/status/16390…
RT @MecanismoG: Los pueblos indígenas y comunidades locales están impulsando sus propios mecanismos de #FinanciamientoClimático a… https://t.co/XsYs2y9FHq
RT @altamiranoCAFF: Looking forward to summarizing the great wisdom of these pioneers and their lessons learned in implementing and sca… https://t.co/uARTZYjdAU
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