Nearly a quarter of all the greenhouse gases emitted by man come from the way we manage our forests, farms and fields.
And only 8 percent of global companies involved in the production of commodities associated with deforestation have publicly committed to ending it.
There's bipartisan agreement on the sad state of US infrastructure — an opportunity not just to build roads, but to create jobs and end climate change.
Deforestation is growing, and the fight against it is grabbing public attention. Here's the full story.
Few are paying attention to a thriving $25 billion economy that's already supporting more than 200,000 jobs outside of renewable energy. These 11 points clear up misconceptions and myths.
A rise in offsetting by the likes of Microsoft, Disney and Lyft are one sign of a rise in voluntary activity.
The hope is to spark private funding in an area traditionally limited to government investment.
The U. N. Sustainable Development Goals could be a game changer for forestry and agriculture, although challenges remain.
Corporate exposure to “forest risk commodities” like soy and timber could top $900 billion per year. Now, as institutional investors push companies in all sectors to come clean on their climate-change liabilities and exposure, their impacts on forests could become clearer as well.
Scores of companies have made hundreds of deforestation commitments, and almost 60 percent of those commitments have a deadline of 2020 or earlier.