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Cross-Sector Consortium Launches a New Portfolio of Biodiversity Solutions for Business and Government
Water quality trading is a promising tool that offers a flexible, more cost-effective approach to reducing pollution in our waterways than more traditional engineered solutions. Yet a lack of sufficient demand for credits has been a consistent barrier to scaling up water quality trading in the United States. The National Network on Water Quality Trading […]By Genevieve Bennett and Melissa Gallant
Screening New Market Opportunities for Sustainably Managed State, Private and Tribal Working Forests
Sustainably managed working forests provide not just wood and fiber, but a range of other benefits: clean water, wildlife habitat, carbon storage, flood protection, recreational and cultural values, and more. Scaling up investments in sustainable forest management can generate financial returns for good stewardship of these multiple conservation values. The United States Forest Service (USFS) […]By Genevieve Bennett and Melissa Gallant
Traducido del español. El original está disponible en el sitio web de Actualidad Ambiental aquí. It was the same story again. In early 2007, as General Manager of the National Superintendence of Sanitation Services (SUNASS), I had to visit some public sanitation service companies that were in the process of updating their investment plans. Several […]
I’m writing this post from Washington, DC, where we just experienced the wettest year on record. In Paris, officials struggle to contain violent protests triggered by a fuel tax increase designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Residents of Canada, Sweden, and the US West are still picking up the pieces after record-breaking wildfire seasons. In […]
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It turns out carbon credits and cocoa are proving more profitable than gold mining and deforestation in Peru, says… twitter.com/i/web/status/10863…
Attacking agriculture doesn’t solve climate change problems. Adapting to climate-smart agriculture does. Family far… twitter.com/i/web/status/10863…
Many Chinese timber enterprises are forging the FSC logo to “greenwash” illegally harvested wood and sell it in glo… twitter.com/i/web/status/10856…
Forests and terrestrial soils store massive amounts of carbon (combined they store 2.5 times as much as the atmosph… twitter.com/i/web/status/10856…
In the Amazon, the forests guarded by local and traditional communities are 11 times less deforested than surroundi… twitter.com/i/web/status/10855…
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