Forests around the world are changing, affecting unique biodiversity.
New findings show how changes in land use have complex effects on animal and plant species.
Changing corporate attitudes are giving orangutans and other endangered species in Indonesia’s rainforests more hope of survival.
Indonesia is the world’s biggest destroyer of forests and four multinational corporations — APP, APRIL, Wilmar and Golden Agri Resources — have been responsible for much of it. Until recently these mega-corporations…
A new high-resolution global map reveals 21st century changes in forest cover, showing where in the world we are losing and…
Land of the snow gums: Australian forests are dynamic.
Forests spark emotional debates in Australia. Much of the rhetoric is about saving “the last of Tasmania’s wild forests” or how we must “stop logging in Australian native forests”. Australian forests…