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We can’t save forests without the private sector

We can’t save forests without the private sector

Roy Parizat, Fund Manager, BioCarbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes, World Bank
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Reforestation: more than planting trees

Reforestation: more than planting trees

Benjamin Ware, Global Head of Responsible Sourcing, Nestlé
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4 ways to harness data to stop deforestation in supply chains

4 ways to harness data to stop deforestation in supply chains

Toby Gardner, Senior Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute and Director, TRASE
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How cocoa farming can help stop deforestation

How cocoa farming can help stop deforestation

Gerard A. Manley, CEO, Olam Cocoa
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Deforestation can't be stopped by voluntary action alone

Deforestation can't be stopped by voluntary action alone

Brian Schatz, US Senator from Hawaii; Michael B. Jenkins, President and CEO, Forest Trends
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From plans to action: why governments need to step up to end deforestation

From plans to action: why governments need to step up to end deforestation

Kavita Prakash-Mani, WWF Global Conservation Director
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A new investible sector is emerging in forest economies. Now is the time to scale up

A new investible sector is emerging in forest economies. Now is the time to scale up

Morten Rossé, Partner at SYSTEMIQ, Deputy Team Leader, Partnerships for Forests
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Why collective action is the key to saving our forests

Why collective action is the key to saving our forests

Justin Adams, Executive Director, Tropical Forest Alliance
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How we unlock transformational change to save our Forests

How we unlock transformational change to save our Forests

Justin Adams
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How can Indonesia extinguish its forest fires for good?

How can Indonesia extinguish its forest fires for good?

Anderson Tanoto
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Five take-aways from New York Climate Week 2019 to combat deforestation

Five take-aways from New York Climate Week 2019 to combat deforestation

Justin Adams
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Stop global warming one tree at a time

Stop global warming one tree at a time

Alejandra Plaza Limón
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We won’t eliminate deforestation by 2020. So what next?

We won’t eliminate deforestation by 2020. So what next?

Kavita Prakash-Mani
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Transformative Behaviour: How we Protect our Forests

Transformative Behaviour: How we Protect our Forests

Flàvia Bellaguarda and Natalia D’Alessaandro
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Women’s empowerment through environmental movements

Women’s empowerment through environmental movements

Samantha Barreto Lira
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Why Forests should be high on the Environmental Agenda

Why Forests should be high on the Environmental Agenda

Rumaitha Al Busaidi
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Exploring the Governance of the Amazon Biome

Exploring the Governance of the Amazon Biome

Francisco Javier Zanichelli
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The Day in the Life of a Palm Tree

The Day in the Life of a Palm Tree

Bibi la Luz Gonzalez 
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Why saving our forests should be a global priority

Why saving our forests should be a global priority

Justin Adams
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2019 can be the year we begin to save the world’s forests. Here’s how

2019 can be the year we begin to save the world’s forests. Here’s how

Justin Adams; Kavita Prakash-Mani
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6 things we learned about the environment at Davos 2019

6 things we learned about the environment at Davos 2019

Jahda Swanborough
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We can feed the world in a sustainable way, but we need to act now

We can feed the world in a sustainable way, but we need to act now

Lyu Jun
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5 reasons to be optimistic about reducing – and reversing – deforestation

5 reasons to be optimistic about reducing – and reversing – deforestation

Justin Adams
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Why private investment in deforestation-free commodity production needs to be scaled up

Why private investment in deforestation-free commodity production needs to be scaled up

Ivo Mulder
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Sprint to 2020: Getting deforestation out of commodities – how far are we from the finishing line?

Sprint to 2020: Getting deforestation out of commodities – how far are we from the finishing line?

TFA
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5 reasons the future’s bright for Africa’s forests

5 reasons the future’s bright for Africa’s forests

Justin Adams
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Time is running out to protect Africa’s forests

Time is running out to protect Africa’s forests

Abraham Baffoe
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Companies still falling short on deforestation: more action is needed

Companies still falling short on deforestation: more action is needed

Sarah Rogerson
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Q&A: Why saving our forests should be a global priority?

Q&A: Why saving our forests should be a global priority?

Frances Seymour
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Colombia’s Opportunity to Accelerate Deforestation-Free Growth and Development

Colombia’s Opportunity to Accelerate Deforestation-Free Growth and Development

Florian Reber
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Hope in Bonn: tropical forests and governors

Hope in Bonn: tropical forests and governors

Daniel Nepstad
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Over 5 years Africa has lost forests the size of England, this is how to create a trade-off

Over 5 years Africa has lost forests the size of England, this is how to create a trade-off

Fraser Thompson
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Where do we go from here? What private sector progress on zero-deforestation commitments really means?

Where do we go from here? What private sector progress on zero-deforestation commitments really means?

Charlotte Streck
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The Power of Women and Indigenous Peoples to Achieve Better Growth with Forests

The Power of Women and Indigenous Peoples to Achieve Better Growth with Forests

Maryka Paquette
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Trees will be front and centre in the Davos Congress Centre

Trees will be front and centre in the Davos Congress Centre

Florian Reber
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Standing at the crossroads – will Brazilian forests win?

Standing at the crossroads – will Brazilian forests win?

Isabella Freire Vitali
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A closer look at jurisdictional approaches

A closer look at jurisdictional approaches

Mona Wang
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Forest-friendly products pose a billion-dollar investment opportunity

Forest-friendly products pose a billion-dollar investment opportunity

Marco Albani
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The world’s most edible oil: in the spotlight at the COP22 Marrakesh

The world’s most edible oil: in the spotlight at the COP22 Marrakesh

Libby Hayward
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Thinking Bigger to Save the World’s Forests

Thinking Bigger to Save the World’s Forests

Kerry Cesareo
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Deforestation is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity – here’s one way to stop it

Deforestation is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity – here’s one way to stop it

Daniel Nepstad
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This could be a billion dollar opportunity

This could be a billion dollar opportunity

Florian Reber
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Indonesia’s East Kalimantan Province Commits to New Green Growth Pathway

Indonesia’s East Kalimantan Province Commits to New Green Growth Pathway

Justin Adams
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A practitioner’s view on forestry conservation

A practitioner’s view on forestry conservation

Aida Greenbury
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Tropical forests: can profit and protection go hand in hand?

Tropical forests: can profit and protection go hand in hand?

Fraser Thompson
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How the Tolo River People of Colombia Harnessed Carbon Finance to Save Their Rainforest

How the Tolo River People of Colombia Harnessed Carbon Finance to Save Their Rainforest

TFA 2020
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How can we make palm oil more sustainable?

How can we make palm oil more sustainable?

Astrid Zweynert
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Indonesia’s forest fires: what you need to know

Indonesia’s forest fires: what you need to know

Oliver Balch
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Move Beyond Supply Chains to Achieve Sustainable Palm Oil in Indonesia

Move Beyond Supply Chains to Achieve Sustainable Palm Oil in Indonesia

Kate Bottriell
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How is your breakfast linked to forest fires and child labour?

How is your breakfast linked to forest fires and child labour?

Paul Schoenmakers
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Five reasons to be hopeful about stopping deforestation

Five reasons to be hopeful about stopping deforestation

TFA
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What Paris Outcomes Mean for Forests

What Paris Outcomes Mean for Forests

Frances Seymour
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Is the world keeping its promise to protect forests?

Is the world keeping its promise to protect forests?

Megan Rowling
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Why We Need to Include Indigenous Peoples in Climate Plans

Why We Need to Include Indigenous Peoples in Climate Plans

Megan Rowling
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TFA 2020 Partners: The triple win of "produce-protect"

TFA 2020 Partners: The triple win of "produce-protect"

Marco Albani
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An Alliance to Scale Up Action on Deforestation-free Supply Chains

An Alliance to Scale Up Action on Deforestation-free Supply Chains

Marco Albani
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