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The country could become a leader on climate change if it makes the right choices
Indonesia needs better technology and more funding for research to assess wildfires on land converted for agriculture, scientist says
A Colombian farmer talks about how he installed a biodigester on his land to produce his cooking gas, but is the technology too expensive for most?
“Zero dead, zero missing, zero injured”. How did Balankayan town in Eastern Samar survive the monster typhoon? It all comes down to semantics and being prepared.
Regulating investment in Africa's forest and agricultural land is important, a researcher says
UN scheme to alleviate deforestation could benefit greatly from a cross-sector, holistic approach to land management
Dulag is a city in ruins. Four of every five houses are damaged, people drowned, livestock, crops, livelihoods—all destroyed in an instant. So why are people laughing in the streets today?
The climate talks have their faults, but they are one place developing countries have a say
Forest governance often means addressing the inconsistencies of land, tree and resource management, and is a complex process
The next set of global development goals must recognise that agriculture plays a key role in reducing poverty
Documentary game lets players decide for themselves
Finding their way through legal systems can be frustratingly difficult for indigenous communities in Malaysia - and elsewhere
Momentum seems to be building for a deal at UN climate talks
Few Americans are opening up their wallets or even paying attention to news about the superstorm
Work on changing international refugee laws is needed as efforts to curb climate change fail
Small-holder farmers and forest dwellers are threatened by climate impacts – and by climate responses
Smarter farming can slow emissions but may not reduce farmland expansion and pressure on forests
Rapid turnover in negotiators and early tickets home for ministers are hurting Africa in the UN climate negotiations
Debate needs to move beyond its construct as a scientific or environmental problem and realise that it is in essence an issue of development and of rights
What do people do to deal with climate change impacts, and what happens when all they do is not enough?