Forests can help safeguard our children’s futures
A fight is heating up in Lithuania over government-authorised clearcutting in national and regional parks, many of which are also protected under the Natura 2000 network.
The EU’s new bioenergy policy is driven by vested interests not evidence, writes Linde Zuidema.
The EU’s new LULUCF Regulation: is it fit for (climate) purpose?
A revolution is unfolding in the foothills of the Himalayas: trees are coming back to areas run by communities.
In November 2017, Fern published new research showing why forest carbon offsets should be ineligible for the United Nations (UN) International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO)
Controversy has long plagued the Oddar Meanchey carbon offset project in Cambodia.
In Bonn last month delegates from around the world discussed how to implement the Paris Climate Change Agreement – which aims to tackle the greatest threat currently facing the planet.
Seeing is believing, and witnessing first-hand the devastating effect that the European Union’s renewable energy policy is having on the forests and wetlands of the Southeast United States, offers overwhelming evidence of the urgent need to act.