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In Russia’s wild forests a good map helps everyone see the wood for the trees
Recognising we can’t protect or manage what we don’t know, a decade ago, WWF and IKEA set out to ...
Plantations for Africa’s prosperity, Uganda, June 4 - 8
Uganda is one of the most fertile places in the world, and its growing economy is fuelling demand ...
Precedent-setting moratorium helping protect over a million hectares of intact boreal forest
Russia's boreal forests are home to unique species such as the bears, wolves and the Amur tiger.
New IKEA forestry standard raises sustainability baseline
IKEA’s expanded IWAY Forestry Standard now covers bamboo, rattan and paper, adding almost 5m m3 RWE ...
Rare species seen for the first time in Chico Mendes Reserve in Brazil
A family of pacaranas was spotted on camera traps.
"Okay Oak" a case study on responsible sourcing of white Oak from the Russian Far East
"Okay Oak" is a best practice case study presented by WWF and Metropolitan Flooring, a ...
Building capacity to manage and resolve conflict in Indonesian forest concessions
Social conflict between local communities and forest concessions is one of the many challenges ...
WWF's "Green Dialogue" in China promotes sustainable forestry
WWF-China holds event to promote sustainability.
Over half of South America´s Pulp and Paper Production rated on WWF´s Environmental Paper Company Index
Gland, Switzerland— WWF today presents the results of the Environmental Paper Company Index 2017, a ...
No More health Challenges for Machemba Village: A reap from Participatory Forest Management!
It will take you about 45 minutes’ drive on a rough road from Tunduru Township to reach Machemba ...