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Fires in the Amazon and the drying out of seasonally flooded forests release large amounts of methane and nitrous oxide, which are more harmful than CO2.
From algorithms and AI to drones and data, here are some of the innovative solutions being deployed to slow the annual global loss of 15 billion trees.
A report shows how fiscal reforms can positively influence forest conservation and ecosystem health as part of the climate and sustainable development policy mix.
African savanna elephants have declined by 60% since 1990. Forest elephants, which the IUCN is treating as a separate species, have declined by over 86%.
When it comes to reversing the damage caused by mass deforestation, natural regeneration is an alternative restoration approach to actively planting trees.
The Great Green Wall is an African-led movement that aims to grow an 8,000km belt of trees, vegetation and fertile land across the Sahel to transform lives.
1.6 billion people rely on vital forest ecosystems for their livelihoods, but they continue to be destroyed at alarming rates.
Reforestation can reduce carbon, protect habitats and help local communities. To help this global effort we've developed 10 ways to improve tree planting.
This shift in location can be explained by the loss of original forest habitats due to European settlement; they are listed as threatened in Victoria.
From emissions and clean air to new drugs and biodiversity, forests are more important than we realize – yet they are still being eradicated.
The Black Jaguar Foundation has begun a large-scale project to reintroduce 1 million hectares of forest along Brazil’s Araguaia and Tocantins rivers.
The Cotoneaster franchetii is at least 20% more effective at soaking up pollution compared to other shrubs, according to a new report.
Redwoods are the world’s oldest and biggest trees They capture more CO2 than any other species. Now scientists have discovered they are even bigger than we thought.
Forest coverage double the size of America has been lost in the last 10,000 years as a growing population has increased demand for agricultural land.