Cameroon was the first country in Central Africa to trial community forestry. There have been challenges, but this film explains how to overcome those barriers.
Forest Watch is a short, monthly newsletter, focusing on forest issues and the European Union.
Community forestry is our best chance to ensure forests remain standing and communities get the livelihoods and benefits they deserve.
When done right, community forestry can help communities and global climate and Sustainable Development Goals objectives. This film explains the role the EU should play.
At a time when the space for civil society is shrinking, the need for people to be able to influence the powers that control their lives, and have the freedom to work together to tackle
The "avoidable crisis" is an investigation that reveals the disastrous impacts caused by soy production in Argentina and Paraguay’s Gran Chaco.
This study analyses the correlation between forest governance and deforestation, and aims to improve national understanding of the challenges involved in land-use governance.
As the Paris Agreement is ratified by each of its signatory states, they commit to put into action their specific national plans to combat climate change. These plans are called Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC).
This study was funded by Fern to analyse the extent to which Forest NGOs take gender into account and how they design their programmes to ensure women and men's different needs are taken into account.