Notícias e recursos
NGOs support a Forest Strategy that addresses current challenges for forests
Forests are the bedrock of nature, our climate, and the European quality of life and way of life. Europe has a diversity of forests, but the challenges they face go beyond borders and require a new approach, encapsulated in the...
A Just Transition
Conversations with foresters on the drawbacks of intensive forestry and the solutions offered by close-to-nature practices
NGOs are alarmed at the EU for possibly abandoning the fight against illegal logging and failing forested countries
This letter was sent to Prime Minister Janez Janša and Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.
We are a group of environmental and human rights NGOs that work to advance forest governance and forest peoples’ rights globally. We are...
The Rights Path
The world needs a great global forest restoration. But to succeed, it will require the restoration of the rights of forest dwellers: the people who know forests best and have the most reason to defend and nurture them, says Fred Pearce, award-winning writer and Fern board member.
Forest Watch 269 - October 2021
Why rights should be at the heart of EU-Indonesia Trade and international biodiversity and climate agreements...
COP26 delegations dream of a trillion trees but on whose land?
As COP26 nears, the UK is promoting Nature-Based Solutions as a get out of jail card. But planting trees without respecting local rights will do more harm than good, says Chiara Vitali.
UK Due Diligence legislation: Where do we go from here?
After a lively House of Lords debate, the Environment Bill heads back to the Commons with its due-diligence shortcomings intact.
The European Parliament wants EU biodiversity policies to work for vulnerable peoples and to boost development
As United Nations biodiversity and climate meetings approach, the Parliament pushes for greater coherence among policies that affect conservation as well as the rights and livelihoods of people in timber producing countries.
Biodiversity and climate change: The EU needs a better set of monitoring tools
Funded forestry actions should demonstrate sustainability, but the European Court of Auditors find it is difficult to assess anything with current means of measuring