by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 5, 2016
Can burning trees to power the grid be carbon neutral?
by Natasha Geiling Dec 10, 2015
Diana Ríos, of Peru's Ashéninka people, is in Paris fighting for her people's rights -- while back home, her people are receiving threats from illegal loggers on their land.
by Katie Valentine Sep 2, 2015
Tropical countries saw an "alarming" surge of tree cover loss in 2014, according to a new report.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 25, 2015
A recent study found that China is emitting a couple hundred million tons less CO2 than we thought. Since global CO2 levels aren't any lower, where did the missing CO2 go?
by Katie Valentine Aug 24, 2015
By 2050, an area of forests the size of India is set to be wiped off the planet if humans continue on their current path of deforestation, according to a new report.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 29, 2015
Researchers at Stanford wanted to figure out if some kinds of deforestation are worse than others -- turns out, not all deforestation is created equal.
by Samantha Page Jun 17, 2015
There's a storm brewing in Europe over a chocolate breakfast spread.
by Ryan Koronowski May 17, 2015
Volunteers planted over 200 species of trees across some 2,000 hectares of land in 150 locations ranging from the Pacific coastal region to the Amazonian basin to the high Andean mountains.
by Samantha Page May 12, 2015
Breaking the cycle of deforestation in the Amazon is critical to fighting climate change.
by Ari Phillips May 11, 2015
Apple and the World Wildlife Fund are joining forces in China to help make Apple's paper packaging renewable.