Two years after the 2015 climate talks culminated in the Paris Agreement, the 2017 talks have seen far less pre-conference hype, but they are no less important.
Highlights from the week’s news with stories on climate change, illegal logging and palm oil production.
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In the Caribbean Islands, nations are turning to nature to mount an effective defense against extreme weather impacts.
As the annual Our Ocean conference concludes, here’s a look at five issues that were discussed that will have major implications for the health of the seas.
In a new piece on Medium, Conservation International CEO M. Sanjayan discusses Brazil’s mangrove forests — and a global alliance working to protect them.
On Monday, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) announced that it had dedicated US$ 500 million to help conserve forests and mangroves.
According to a new study, the world’s tropical forests are in such poor shape that they are emitting more climate-warming carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than they absorb.
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