Densely populated megacities in the developing world, which are most in need of tree cover, often have the least.
Yes, more trees are falling, but the leading indicators suggest a brighter picture is taking root.
Facing unprecedented conditions, it is more critical now than ever to fund fireproof investments, increase partnerships and improve policies.
For land rights and justice, the international climate solution is controversial.
At long last, markets for protecting forests are taking root.
There's a lot more work to do, but new tools are making it easier.
Research shows climate finance is reaching most jurisdictions, but slowly.
Research found that 27 percent of global forest loss is caused by permanent commodity-driven deforestation-as-usual.
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.
Natural climate solutions could provide more than a third of the emissions reductions we need — so why aren't we paying attention to them?