The discovery of a fifth population of the Hewitt’s Ghost Frog in South Africa has seen their IUCN Red List of Threatened Species status drop from Critically Endangered to Endangered. But they are far from out of the woods…
An exciting project to assist small-scale growers in Sokhulu area of Zululand to rejuvenate their forestry businesses by re-establishing their plantations with better-adapted, pest-resistant trees has been launched.
In order to safeguard the benefits that forests bring, the global development community has set ambitious forest restoration goals…
An exciting project to assist small-scale growers in Sokhulu area of Zululand to rejuvenate their forestry businesses by re-establishing their…Read More
By Douglas McGuire, Coordinator of the Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism (FLRM), FAO Ravaged landscapes, parched riverbeds and destitute communities.…Read More
By Simon Ackerman and Sally Upfold The footprint of plantation forestry has changed significantly over recent years, with an increase…Read More