Reforestation: It’s A Trade-Off
While reforestation may help address the climate crisis, implementation requires long-term flexibility, careful listening, and an ability to compromise.
Does Forest Thinning Work?
Does forest thinning, a land management strategy, offer an effective solution to the problem of forest fires?
The Miyawaki Method: A Better Way to Build Forests?
India’s forest production company is following the tenets of the master Japanese botanist, restoring biodiversity in resource-depleted communities.
How Longleaf Pines Helped Build the U.S.
The dense, resin-saturated, rot-resistant timber of the longleaf pine helped build up U.S. cities. But most of the native stands have already been logged.
Why Myanmar Jailed Mangrove Activists
Activists in Myanmar took action against Mangrove deforestation. Why were they jailed?
DNA Law and Order: Logging Edition
Illegal logging is pervasive across the globe, occurring anywhere there are exploitable forests. The resulting timber is illicitly traded and ...
Is Tropical Sustainable Logging Possible?
So-called sustainable commercial logging is not sustainable.