May 17, 2021

The Chain: Malaysian Company Maxim Global Loses Control of Tanah Merah Concessions in Papua, Forest in Danger of Being Cleared

adminPosted onMay 17, 2021 Source >>>  Palm Oil • Southeast Asia May 14, 2021 A Malaysian conglomerate, Maxim Global, has lost control of its 80,000 hectares (ha) of forest in Papua. […]
May 12, 2021

Gloves are off: Rainbow Warriors Vs. Sustainable Certification

Source >>> Certification schemes are scoring miserable points in a new Greenpeace report repeating claims that certification is – at best – serving as a tool […]
May 8, 2021

Rainforest Outreach and Education Manager

Source >>> Editor’s Note: Deadline extended to May 23, 2021 The Pulitzer Center is seeking a professional based in one of the tropical rainforest regions to […]
May 5, 2021

Why a Big Mining Project Could Wipe Out Rural Villages in Indonesia

Source >>> A village in the Barisan Mountains of North Sumatra, Indonesia. SHUTTERSTOCK INDIGENOUS LANDS A mine tailings dam planned for a seismically unstable area of Sumatra’s […]
May 4, 2021

Why we can’t afford to dismiss carbon offsetting in a climate crisis

Source >>> Protecting habitats and forest livelihoods is central to carbon offsetting schemes.Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto. 22 Apr 2021 Bronson Griscom Senior Director, Natural Climate Solutions at Conservation […]
May 3, 2021

Health and Safety Work Training for Forests Management and Forests Industry

April 29, 2021

Transparency offers the pathway to a more sustainable Earth

Source >>> GRI Apr 22·5 min read Interview with GRI’s Chief of Standards and Chief Development Officer Earth Day is an opportunity to put the spotlight on […]
April 29, 2021

Climate Positive Forest Products (CPFP)

Source >>> Photo credit: Andrew Pogue (Kaiser + Path)Return to previous page Climate-positive forest products have the potential to deliver massive climate change mitigation benefits when […]