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‘Democracy’ governs mass jackdaw take-offs
Campaign to boost awareness of owner driver laws
New Chair Of VicForests Board Appointed
New grant to boost domestic tree production opens
More rail freight services in East Gippsland
New efforts to counter illegal timber trade
New Zealand’s Emissions Reduction Plan reveals a climate budget that’s long on planning, short on strategy
Lao blueprint to transform research into policy
How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
Whale carcass proves tasty snack for beetles
Coalition offers best vision for forest industries
Understanding genomic modifications in transgenic papaya
1 billion ‘dryland-like’ hectares under threat, FAO study confirms
Water sales open for 11,000-megalitre Greater Meander Irrigation Scheme Augmentation
$30 million boost to support native forestry transition
First ever International Day of Plant Health: no food security without healthy plants
Strong State Budget securing Great Southern’s future
Strong State Budget securing South-West’s future
World Forestry Congress says sustainable timber production vital for climate goals
Drina countries agree on cross-sectoral roadmap to improve transboundary cooperation in management of natural resources
Labor forest policy could swing election in key timber seats: Union
Newly adopted Seoul Forest Declaration identifies priority action areas
Public urged to report sightings of tree pest oak processionary moth 9 May
Park service director to take part in OSU-hosted Traditional Ecological Knowledge Summit
Champion of women’s right to manage land and forests wins top environment prize
Cameroonian activist wins Wangari Maathai Forest Champions’ Award 2022
New report assesses global anti-deforestation measures
AFPA highlights global opportunities for sustainable forestry jobs at World Forestry Congress in Kor
Natural resources must be ‘part of solution’ in fight against deforestation
Food culture has to become more sustainable, but why is transition so rigid?
Transforming food system is tricky – Carbon credits could be one solution
Global deforestation slowing but tropical rainforests remain under threat, key FAO report shows
Backing Our Farmers And Regional Communities
As climate shifts, species will need to relocate, and people may have to help them
As World Forestry Congress opens, FAO advocates for vital role of trees and forests
Forests and trees can help us recover from multiple crises, new FAO report says
Why do we want what we like? New evidence from bee brains offers clues
Bird populations in eastern Canada declining due to forest ‘degradation,’ research shows
New opportunity for on-farm forests
Jordan’s Princess Basma bint Ali named FAO Goodwill Ambassador for Near East and North Africa
New era for farm forestry
$20 million for better facilities for Australia’s fishos, boaties and campers
Agreement reached on support for native timber businesses
Improving Georgia land conservation through algorithms
Why is Convention on Biological Diversity COP15 so important?
New pilot requirement for tree suppliers announced to strengthen UK biosecurity
Don’t go bush for firewood
Investing in future of sustainable forestry