Tag: women’s rights

How one woman and a cooperative spice nursery are helping restore the forests of the Usambara Mountains
Meet some of Africa's most visionary women ahead of GLF Africa
From seed-planting to peace-building, overcoming the gender gap offers global benefits
Two scientists on why rights rather than carbon must be at the core of landscape projects
In northern Ghana, riverine tree-planting nourishes ecosystems – and pocketbooks
Better childhoods mean better futures – for girls and for the world
Rights expert Alain Frechette speaks on the urgency of going for the gold
Uniting over biodiversity and defense of traditional landscapes
In between TV shows, campaigning for social and environmental justice
Introducing four speakers at GLF Kyoto 2019
Peatlands researcher Greta Dargie is changing the status quo for women and girls in science
Baobab and strategy for rights and restoration
CIFOR’s Markus Ihalainen on progress for women