A new report by forests and rights NGO Fern and Coal Action Network reveals the devastation that the expansion of coal mining in the Kuzbass region of southern Siberia is causing to the area’s indigenous Shor people and t
The EU’s new LULUCF Regulation: is it fit for (climate) purpose?
Healing the world’s ecosystems and restoring degraded lands makes economic sense, according to a recent
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is the most credible forest certification scheme that exists.
Everything points to it: meat-heavy diets are grinding up global land resources and threatening both human health (such as
EU Member States have directed the European Commission to urgently come up with a long-term strategy for how the EU will implement the Paris Agreement.
The European Commission’s new feasibility study giving options to
Spurred on by a wave of food scandals - as well as rising consumer anxieties over the environment and animal welfare - major
The human rights situation in the Philippines is deteriorating.
A study published on March 16 by the European Commission offers a long-awaited blueprint for ending the European Union’s central role in agricultural deforestation – clearing forest