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 2009 carbon emissions higher than expected Despite a global economic recession and ongoing concerns about the impacts of climate change, last year's global carbon emissions… Read more...
 Distribution of Timber Fees to Communities in Cameroon Compromised by Confusion and Corruption: Providing Lessons for Global Efforts to develop equitable distribution of REDD+ revenues… Read more...
Bad books: US paper products are breaking the law and devastating rainforests Everyone knows books are made of paper, but few think of where that… Read more...
Baby Boom at Congo Gorilla Reserve The Aspinall Foundation is celebrating the exciting birth of three babies to gorillas that the charity has reintroduced to… Read more...
Local efforts block attempt to ship illegal rosewood from Madagascar Authorities in Madagascar successfully blocked an attempt to ship illegally logged rosewood from the port… Read more...
UNTIL RSPO'S 8TH ANNUAL MEETING PALM OIL'S BLOODY BUSINESS CONTINUES The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) was established in 2004 in order to meet a… Read more...
New report:  Food, Fuel, or Forests? Charting A Responsible U.S. Role in Global Palm Oil Expansion  Download the full report here (PDF 10MB) NWF's new… Read more...
Deforestation falls, but rainforest damage surges in Brazil in Sept Despite the worst drought on record in the region, deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon during… Read more...
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