The deadly Northern California wildfire, dubbed the Carr Fire has been named as the seventh most destructive in California’s history.
Wounaan and Embera indigenous communities occupying four territories in eastern Panama are taking their nearly five-year land-titling battle with the government to the Inter-American Commission
International development finance institutions (DFIs) invested heavily in large-scale infrastructure projects that triggered significant deforestation in the Andes Amazon especially within the
European concessionaires in Africa are gradually selling their assets to Asian investors, who have substantial capital and operate in markets that accept lower-quality wood.
The SIWI/SWH Cluster Group on Water in the Landscape has examined how hydrology affects the productivity of landscapes, and what hydrological aspects need to be considered when restoring landscapes for sustainable production.
Nicholas Kimetto has maintained that he rightfully owns 43.98 hectares in the Mau Complex.
WINDHOEK – Individuals who are entrepreneurially inclined, as well as community-based organisations operating conservancies and forests, are being encouraged to apply for grants from the N$100-mill
The Zamfara State Government has planted 24,000 trees in some of its local government areas, as part of its campaign against desertification across the state.
Nagpur: The Paper Traders Association on Monday dispelled the notion that manufacturing of paper was posing threat to trees and ecosystem as a whole, and claimed it was boosting the rural economy.
Assisted by calmer winds at their backs, firefighters in northern California on Tuesday tightened their grip on a deadly blaze raging for more than a week around the city of Redding, as 16 people l
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