Global biodiversity loss is a key threat to food security, human health, and the sustainable development agenda in general. Biodiversity loss reduces the biosphere’s resilience as biotic components or assemblages…
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Indigenous peoples and communities are key to mainstreaming biodiversity, highlights new report on Earth Day
22 April, 2016: On the occasion of Earth Day, the Global Forest Coalition (GFC)  released a new briefing paper titled “Mainstreaming Biodiversity and the Resilience of Community Conservation” ahead…
New Briefing Paper Highlights Dangers Of A Fraudulent Accounting Framework On Land Use To Potential Climate Agreement
15 Nov 2015: The Global Forest Coalition (GFC)  launched a new briefing paper  today, providing a critical overview of the problem of current carbon accounting rules in the…
Indigenous and Local Communities launch crucial report to help governments appropriately recognize and support community conservation
Community conservation: Indigenous peoples and local communities have shown that we understand much better the ways of sustainable living and conservation of nature than any technocrats and government authorities