Arborvitae covers the most important issues currently affecting how forest resources are used and governed.
Arborvitae cubre los temas más importantes que actualmente inciden en cómo se utilizan y gobiernan los recursos forestales.
Arborvitae étudie les sujets les plus importants en matière d’utilisation et de gestion des ressources forestières.
Rights-based approaches to forest conservation
- News: Liberia’s forest exploitation over the last half-century has ridden roughshod over customary property rights.
- Perspective: The urban public generally view forest conservation as an unquestionably ‘good thing’ akin to apple pie, motherhood and soccer.
- Feature: Are the ‘rights of nature’ always consistent with human rights? What about organisms such as viruses which can kill people?
- Around the world: Now that the land is ours we have to take care of it.
07 Aug 2008 | Downloads - publication
- Tools for forest conservation
- Forest livelihoods: Two tools for exploring local livelihoods relating to forest use
- Feature: Forest conservation tools: the science of muddling through
- Tools in the field: Four cases of forest conservation tools
31 Dec 2007 | Downloads - publication
- A green light for REDD? Forests and climate change
- The science behind forests-climate change links
- Climate change and forest livelihoods
- Feature: Climate change and forestry: a complicated relationship
- Forest adaptation to climate change
- Forests, energy and climate change
- Carbon offsets
- The REDD debate
30 Oct 2007 | Downloads - publication
- Forests and trade
- The bushmeat trade
- Biodiversity offsets
- Feature: The changing face of forest industry and trade
- Making forest trade work for forest people
30 May 2007 | Downloads - publication
- Illegal logging: choosing carrots for change
- Defining and verifying legality: Timber legality standards and verification mechanisms
- Feature: illegal logging and the future of forests
- Illegal logging and forest livelihoods
- Tackling illegal logging: innovative cases and reports from Indonesia, Mexico, Sri Lanka, DRC and Paraguay.
31 Dec 2006 | Downloads - publication
- Forest plantations: the good, the bad and the ugly
- Plantations and Forests
- Feature: Forest plantations - threatening or saving natural forests?
- Environmental benefits from plantations
- Plantation industry perspectives
30 Sep 2006 | Downloads - publication
- Forests and biodiversity conservation
- Palm oil and forest conservation
- Feature: The role of forests in biodiversity conservation
- Forest concessions and conservation
- Local perspectives on forest conservation
- Agriculture and biodiversity conservation
30 Jun 2006 | Downloads - publication
- Forest Conservation and Poverty Reduction: the hunt for synergies
- Poverty-environment links in the field
- Feature: Forests and poverty reduction - an economics perspective
- Forests and poverty reduction: historical trends
- Forests and poverty reduction: the case of plantations
- Debates: Forest conservation and poverty reduction: compatible or competing?
31 Dec 2005 | Downloads - publication
- Forest Landscape Restoration
- Case Studies: moving toward FLR (Livelihoods in Tanzania, Argentina and Madagascar)
- Feature: Forest Landscape Restoration - Seeing the Bigger Picture
- More FLR case studies (Peru, England, India and China)
- Opinion: the challenge of FLR
31 Aug 2005 | Downloads - publication
- Forests and Natural Disasters
- Feature: Forests, natural disasters and human security
- Forests and floods: Does logging cause floods? Will rural-urban migration reduce floods?
- Natural disasters: socio-political issues
- People-led protection, the case of Haiti , and the ‘upstream degradation’ theory
- Livelihoods and forests: Trees in pastoralists’ drought mitigation strategies
31 Mar 2005 | Downloads - publication