Earlier this month, the United Nations envoy for the Central African Republic (CAR) reminded the world of the neglected tragedy unfolding in my country.
Bienvenu Gbelo is an environmental journalist from Radio Ndeke Luka in Bangui.
The head of Tan Hoi village sits cross-legged on the floor describing the pressures his people face.
Delegates from across the world are gathering in Brasilia this week for the Annual General Assembly of the Tropical Forest Alliance 2020, a global coalition of governments, NGOs and companies, who
I have just returned from a two-week policy tour of Europe, visiting decision makers working on the EU Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Action Plan in Belgium, Germany, France and the Netherlands.
Almost half of Cameroon is covered by forest, and the sector plays a critical role in the country’s economy.
Whether one global mega-corporation succeeds in buying another global mega-corporation is not normally a subject of much interest to environmentalists.
Kraft Heinz’s rapidly abandoned US $143 billion tilt at Unilever is different.
The first batch of timber considered legal under Europe’s most innovative ever anti-illegal logging policy arrived in the UK this month.
On 18 November, a significant milestone was reached in the fight to protect Vietnam’s forests.
In September 2015, after the largest consultation in the history of the United Nations, more than 150 world leaders agreed on a