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More than 100 days after P&G’s voting shareholders sent an overwhelming message to the company to stop fueling deforestation, P&G still has not announced an action plan.
February 17, 2021 by Shelley Vinyard
Collective action and engagement are key to one of the toughest supply chain problems around.
January 11, 2021 by Heather Clancy
'Everything that contributes to climate change is a mole we need to whack, and deforestation and other land-use change are becoming bigger moles over time.'
December 21, 2020 by Julie Nash
A new engagement campaign could help reduce supply chain risk, according to investor group with $2.1 trillion assets under management.
November 6, 2020 by Cecilia Keating
While tree-planting events in parks or schoolyards make for great photo opps, we should devote far more time to acts of restoration and conservation.
October 22, 2020 by Heather Clancy
Compere's firm manages nearly $3 billion in assets — here's what she looks at when deciding to engage with companies and banks.
October 20, 2020 by Julie Nash
Confectionery giant warns businesses need to work together to fix 'broken' palm oil supply chains that further destruction of tropical forests.
October 7, 2020 by Cecilia Keating
While there are positive signs, a much more robust response is needed now to prevent the region reaching a tipping point.
September 9, 2020 by Ilona Szabó de Carvalho
Brazil single-handedly accounted for over a third of all loss of humid tropical primary forests worldwide, with more primary forest lost than any other tropical country in 2019.
June 16, 2020 by Mikaela Weisse
Sponsored: Danone, General Mills, Barry Callebaut and Braskem accelerate climate action through nature-based solutions.
May 6, 2020 by Michèle Zollinger
Sponsored: Technology can play a critical role in identifying risk and accelerating progress to reduce cocoa-related deforestation in Africa.
March 19, 2020 by Jill Kolling
Amazon, TJ Maxx and Tyson are among well-known U.S. companies with no publicly stated deforestation strategy. Is your organization complicit?
February 17, 2020 by Heather Clancy
Two new studies show that widespread corporate action on deforestation isn't yet taking root. And that's a risk for companies.
July 23, 2019 by Joel Makower
A large majority of leading companies are failing to report on the risk of deforestation in their supply chains, says CDP.
July 22, 2019 by Madeleine Cuff
And only 8 percent of global companies involved in the production of commodities associated with deforestation have publicly committed to ending it.
July 17, 2019 by Steve Zwick
Climate-positive mass timber construction is on the rise — but will producing the new material outweigh its benefits?
May 21, 2019 by Jim Robbins
Ecological resoration is supposed to help damaged and deforested ecosystems recover — but early-stage forests aren't the same as mature ones.
March 19, 2019 by Matthew Fagan
Natural capital stewardship like restoring forests could deliver almost one-third of the emissions cuts needed to stave off global temperature increases.
March 14, 2019 by RP Siegel
Deforestation is growing, and the fight against it is grabbing public attention. Here's the full story.
March 8, 2019 by Steve Zwick
Yes, more trees are falling, but the leading indicators suggest a brighter picture is taking root.
January 21, 2019 by Justin Adams
Research found that 27 percent of global forest loss is caused by permanent commodity-driven deforestation-as-usual.
October 5, 2018 by Frances Seymour
Ecologist Charles M. Peters discusses how, in an era of runaway destruction of tropical forests, the centuries-old understanding of indigenous woodland residents can lead restoration efforts.
September 28, 2018 by Richard Schiffman
Natural climate solutions could provide more than a third of the emissions reductions we need — so why aren't we paying attention to them?
September 21, 2018 by Shana Rappaport
Working together can help balance the sometimes seemingly conflicting goals of economic growth, social development and environmental protection.
July 6, 2018 by Violaine Berger
Some estimates suggest that up to 30 percent of all timber traded globally may be illegally harvested.
May 25, 2018 by Corey Brinkema