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Scientists say deforestation is compounding the effects of climate change, threatening to turn parts of the forest into savannah.
One of the most dangerous countries for environmental defenders, the Philippines is seeing a concerning fall in interest for forestry training.
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Greenbury, who argues for a radical overhaul of the role smallholders play in the palm oil growth story, says smallholder compliance with the EU deforestation law can be achieved, with greater financial support.
The Nature Positive Initiative wants to hold businesses to account for their impacts, but can biodiversity be measured?
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The most important issue for India is to grow sustainably while adhering to its international climate commitments and keeping its energy constraints in mind.
From natural seawalls to mangroves, countries are starting to combat climate change with nature-based solutions. COP28 might drive more of these efforts.
When given the chance, women are responsible stewards who use their extensive knowledge and skills to protect and restore the land in their possession.
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The country could miss its 68 per cent emissions cut by 2030 and green funding lags other major economies. The government has taken its foot off the throttle and the world has noticed, the interim chair of the Climate Change Committee says.
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