Land Matters: How Securing Community Land Rights Can Slow Climate Change and Accelerate the Sustainable Development Goals
There is a strong and compelling environment and development case to be made for securing indigenous and community lands.
Bamboo: Malawi’s Unexpected Tool for Climate Change Resilience
Hundreds of rows of giant bamboo grow about an hour outside of Lilongwe, the capital of Malawi.
Transforming Agriculture for Climate Resilience: A Framework for Systemic Change
Transformative adaptation in the agriculture sector may be the best approach in an increasing number of situations and locations to enhance global food security, avoid
Social Network Analysis Is Helping Us Regreen Rwanda. It Can Inform Your Environmental Work, Too.
At World Resources Institute, we are using social network analysis to find the organizations and individuals that can best enable landscape restoration, which restores
Deforestation Is Accelerating, Despite Mounting Efforts to Protect Tropical Forests. What Are We Doing Wrong?
2017 Was the Second-Worst Year on Record for Tropical Tree Cover Loss
Last year was the second-worst on record for tropical tree cover loss, according to new data from the University of Maryland, released today on Global Forest Watch.