Publications & Insight
This Land is Ours
Alexandra Benjamin interviews Liberian women struggling for their land rights, and examines the law that could finally help bring them justice.
Our Forests Our Lives
Stories of hope and resilience from forest communities around the world
The Forest is our Life
Guyana’s forests have sustained people for generations. Gaulbert Sutherland travelled deep into the country’s hinterland to hear of the pressures that locals face, and their hopes for change.
As the Amazon burns and global deforestation accelerates, only unified international action can save the world’s forests
Tropical forests are likely to grab headlines today when Jair Bolsonaro addresses the United Nations’ General Assembly in New York.
In early September, just before a hernia operation, Brazil’s President told reporters, “I will...
Fern’s offices are closed today 20 September 2019 in solidarity with the #GlobalStrike4Climate
The Climate Crisis is real and we’re already seeing the effects. Our hotter planet is hurting millions of people, affecting our weather, water, forests, cities, homes, and wildlife.
Since #Fridays4Future started last summer, the...
Forest Watch 248 - September 2019
Commission Communication opens door to regulation of products that destroy forests, but proposed Mercosur trade deal throws fuel on the Amazon fires
Here’s how CAFI’s $65 million can help save Congo’s forests
On 3 September 2019, French President Emmanuel Macron (on behalf of the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI), as France holds this year’s presidency) and President Denis Sassou-Nguesso of the Republic of Congo signed a ground-...
German forests: Climate change is not the only problem
Poor forest management also needs to shoulder some of the blame.