Our Forests Our Lives
From the Liberian women fighting for the right to own and govern land that’s rightfully theirs, to the Guyanese Indigenous Peoples resisting companies attempting to seize their forests these stories come from different parts of the globe, but are bound by a common thread.
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.
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.
La perte de forêts, un drame pour les femmes et les enfants
La perte de forêts est un problème mondial qui nous touche tous de par son impact sur les moyens de subsistance et le changement climatique. Cependant, les femmes et les enfants en subissent les conséquences de manière disproportionnée.
Nepal shows how forest restoration can help people, biodiversity and the climate
A revolution is unfolding in the foothills of the Himalayas: trees are coming back to areas run by communities.
Over the past quarter century, the foothills of the Himalayas have seen a radical transformation. A pattern of...