Ahtziri Gonzalez


Ahtziri is a communications consultant for the Global Landscapes Forum and CIFOR. Her professional experience spans across four continents, where she has held multiple campaigning, public relations and communications roles in the fields of international development, foreign policy, environment, and public health. She holds an MSc in Social Policy and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and is fluent in English, Spanish and French.

By this writer

Nudging individual behavior toward sustainability, such as through consumers buying legal wood in Cameroon, is no small change.

A restoration project in the Congo Basin forests is bringing degraded land back into productivity, fueled by research.

Experts have called for evidence-based approaches and community engagement to grow forests across Africa and improve livelihoods.

Social enterprise African Clean Energy combines solar power with cooking devices to deliver clean energy to off-the-grid communities.

Alongside the U.N. climate negotiations Madrid (COP 25), people take to the streets for the city's largest climate strike.

In the fallout of unsustainable logging in the DRC, locals begin replanting