Research centre (aka ICRAF) putting trees on farms to raise farmers' income and reduce poverty, working between agriculture and forestry (RT @ICRAF: #Rwanda: New project to help vulnerable communities adapt to #ClimateChange via agroforestry
The Times (subscription) 'Let poor countries cut down forests' The Times (subscription) Millions of acres of tropical forest should be cut down to allow poor countries to expand their economies, according to a leading environmentalist and adviser...
UCLA professor honored for expanding our understanding of tropical forests EurekAlert (press release) Stephen Hubbell, a distinguished professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UCLA, will be presented a Scientific Achievement Award during...
The Hindu Teak trees hit by pestilence in Adilabad The Hindu Just when it was thought that the teak trees in Adilabad forests will be spared of pestilence this monsoon, the Abia pleura larvae seem to appear from nowhere to feed on the leaves of...
The ravages of deforestation, wildfires, windstorms and insects on global forests during this century are revealed in unprecedented detail in a new study based on data from the NASA-U.S. Geological Survey Landsat 7 satellite.
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