Almost a decade since the establishment of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+), this study investigates the extent to which REDD+ projects are delivering on the promise of
How we manage farming and food systems to meet rising demand is pivotal to the future of biodiversity.
We present the results of a process to attempt to identify 100 questions that, if answered, 85 would make a substantial difference to terrestrial and marine landscape restoration in Europe.
Laboratory experiments offer an opportunity to isolate human behaviors with a level of precision that is often difficult to obtain using other (survey-based) methods.
The classification of tropical fragmented landscapes and moist forested areas is a challenge due to the presence of a continuum of vegetation successional stages, persistent cloud cover and the pre
Ecosystem-based approaches for adaptation (EbA) integrate the use of biodiversity and ecosystem services into an overall strategy for helping people adapt to climate change.
Voluntary sustainability standards have expanded dramatically over the last decade.
Mitigation of anthropogenic climate change involves deployments of renewable energy worldwide, including wind farms, which can pose a significant collision risk to volant animals.
The loss of natural habitats is a major threat to biodiversity, and protected area designation is one of the standard responses to this threat.