Publications & Insight
Detoxifying palm oil
How European Union policy could remove deforestation and human rights violations from the palm oil trade with Indonesia
How civil society is protecting forests and Indigenous Peoples’ rights in Congo
Interview with Nina Cynthia Kiyindou (OCDH)
Could keeping forests standing help keep viruses at bay?
Hannah Mowat reflects on some of the emerging science around the coronavirus pandemic.
Von der Leyen’s first 100 days: Are our forests and the climate in good hands?
Fern’s Campaigns Coordinator Hannah Mowat examines whether the European Commission’s new President is on course to fulfil her promises.
Forest Watch 254 - April 2020
How Covid-19 will affect those fighting for forests
Forest Watch 253 - March 2020
Forests and 100 days of von der Leyen, International Women's Day, the EU Biodiversity Strategy and more...
Worse than expected: Fears surround Indonesia’s draft job creation law
Indonesia has launched a new legal package that includes extreme attacks on Indigenous rights and environmental protections. The EU must respond.
EU budget hits a wall, but the climate and biodiversity emergency cannot wait!
EU leaders’ failure to agree an EU budget puts environmental action at risk. The EU should back their pledges with financial capacity.
What the EU Biodiversity Strategy and Climate Law mean for European forests
The draft Biodiversity Strategy includes positive elements that campaigners hope will not vanish by the final vote.