A new publication by UNEP on developments around REDD+ makes interesting reading. The original Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) proposition emerged from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change […]
Back in June 2013 I wrote a blog on the Ribma Raya project in a prime area for Orang Utan conservation in Kalimantan, Indonesia. I reported how through various political machinations […]
Here is a really great TED talk from Greg Asner on the work of the Carnegie Airborne Observatory programme. This massive computerized sensor system which uses multiple lasers and imaging […]
Extremes of weather should not be just boom-days for energy company’s profits. Energy companies including British Gas and Centrica have reporting significant profits explained in part by the cold weather […]
The TEEB for Business Coalition is a private sector initiative established in late 2012 which aims to build a global base of organisations committed to incorporating natural capital accounting into […]
Back in 2010 the UN Convention on Biological Diversity made much in its Aichi Targets for the decade of developing ‘novel-funding mechanisms’ to support conservation efforts. One approach had been […]
‘At the heart of biodiversity stewardship is the opportunity to build a new relationship between indigenous peoples and Nation States…’ Brazilian photographer Salgado’s new exhibition Genesis aims to highlight “the […]
I have added a new resource page to bioDiverse, starting with links to some of the most influential reports at the science-policy interface.