7 billion trees that hadn’t been counted before have been discovered in Africa. The data could help in the fight against deforestation and defend against climate change.
To make real progress, we need to integrate carbon reduction, biodiversity, land restoration, and support for rural communities.
We urgently need to scale sustainable 'bioeconomy' models that preserve and restore the Amazon and provide livelihoods for the people living in the region.
Halting deforestation and restoring damaged landscapes are essential to combating global climate change. Learn how companies are playing their part.
A new study in Nature suggests that tropical 'montane' forests on Africa's mountains are more concentrated stores of carbon than the amazon.
Around 400 million hectares of tropical forests are being used for timber production. Current logging practices don't allow for the long-term recovery of these ecosystems.
Indonesia is working with local communities, government agencies and the World Bank to protect and restore its mangrove forests.
Here's how the World Economic Forum is working to make natural climate solutions part of the COP26 agenda and unlock the finance needed to scale them up.
A new study has found that deadwood releases 10.9 billion tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere and soil every year, and climate change could make it worse.
A new approach to tackling the global wildfire crisis could help make forest ecosystems more resilient. A forestry expert explains.
Tree planting is one of the key ways of tackling climate change. Now a company in California is successfully inoculating trees to help clean up degraded land.
The red squirrel populations are in decline with estimates indicating the UK red squirrel population is now under 140,000 compared to 2.5 million greys.
Rather than concentrating too much on short-term solutions, we need to find out how to build long-term resilience against wildfires, write three academics.
The Great Green Wall, which aims to grow trees across the Sahel, is being helped by a project that could become a model of responsible carbon-offsetting.
Forget Sharknado: sharks are actually vital to the ocean and the planet. Radio Davos also hears how streaming music can help reforest parts of Africa.