Too often, protected areas seem to pit conservation goals against the needs of local people, leading inevitably to conflict.
Just as natural resource destruction has been linked to global conflict, protecting nature can serve as the bedrock for peaceful societies.
Both largely forested, Guyana and Liberia are aiming to develop their economies while keeping trees standing.
Liberia’s mineral wealth may hold the key to the country’s future development — but is it sustainable?
People can only protect nature if they have the knowledge, means and economic motivation to do so.
What will a “green economy” actually look like? The good news is we don’t have to guess.
Last week’s sustainable development summit in Botswana was remarkable for four reasons.
Four event speakers — including two African presidents — share their views on incorporating nature into the global economy.
Across the continent, women are taking control of Africa’s sustainable development efforts.
Top African officials and global business leaders will discuss incorporating nature into Africa’s economic development.