Tag: livelihoods

Bees and other pollinators are in decline worldwide. From climate change to habitat loss, here’s why – and what we can do about it.

As modernity replaces traditional ways of life in Kenya, elders hold the keys to a more harmonious relationship with the Earth.

In Papua New Guinea, a major carbon finance project has been exposed for deceiving local communities. Can we make carbon markets inclusive?

There is a wide variety of language and jargon around sustainability reporting standards. Here’s how two initiatives are working to fix that.

In this guide, find out all you need to know about regenerative agriculture: what it is, how it works and why it’s so important

In this exclusive interview, Éliane Ubalijoro reflects on a career devoted to tackling poverty and food insecurity across the Global South.

GLF Live with Nicoletta Centofanti, Jingdong Hua and David Craig

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Stories from Indigenous peoples and local communities across the world form policy recommendations in the a major new report on biodiversity.

The directors general of two of the world's leading forestry research organizations lay our 4 steps to a more resilient Earth and achieve planetary health.

It’s taken a century to establish the organic foods sector. Now, as climate change increasingly threatens food sources, what role must organics play?

Landscape News' Forgotten Forests series explores the planet’s most precious – yet neglected – tropical forests, and why they must be remembered.

A lack of micronutrients in diets is an issue known as “hidden hunger." Forests can help this, but only if carefully integrated with local realities.

Top 10 stories on initiatives working behind the scenes to build and sustain livelihoods in harmony with nature.