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By Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve
Indonesia’s Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve has successfully completed its test pilot project to provide access to clean water to the surrounding communities.

By Ennovent
Online voting is now open for the WWF Switzerland Tropical Forest Challenge & will remain available until Sep 30, 2012. Challenge winners will be endorsed by WWF Switzerland & provided global visibility, networking & capacity building opportunities.

By Forestry Research Associates
Amazon rainforest deforestation rates have fallen to their lowest levels ever recorded and FRA is attributing this partly to the creation of sustainable forestry plantations in Brazil.

By Forestry Research Associates
FRA has stated that the signing of a sustainable forestry agreement between China, the Republic of Korea and Japan is an "extremely positive move” in the fight against desertification and deforestation.

By Trees for the Future
Trees for the Future is entering Global Giving's fundraising challenge starting April 1st until April 30. Trees for the Future pilot project for fundraising is Reforestation in Haiti.

By Peter Collins
FRA claims that the REDD+ project is more than just about preventing deforestation and has backed a statement from a high profile member, who talks about the importance of helping those living in and around the forests.

By Environmental Investigation Agency
Dayak community in East Kalimantan under assault from invading palm oil companies

By Peter Collins
FRA has welcomed news that anti-deforestation policies in Brazil seem to be working, according to new figures.

By VerdeProsecco Goes Green Project
Other 1.000.000m2 of Amazon Rainforest will be cut down within March 2012. PLease help us to save them.

By Peter Collins
News that the town of Paragominas in Brazil is being hailed as a new 'Green City', after once being one of the most deforested regions of the Amazon, has been welcomed by Forestry Research Associates (FRA).

By Peter Collins
Forestry Research Associates (FRA) has welcomed the news that the previous estimate for the amount of forest lost between 1990 and 2005 has been revised downwards.

By Anthony Johnson
Environmentalists are calling for the creation of more forestry bonds in order to help raise the cash needed to reduce deforestation by half by 2020, according to reports from Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA).

By Peter Collins
Forestry Research Associates (FRA) is welcoming the decision by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to entrust the management of a large section of its forest land to a Canadian company.

By Environmental Investigation Agency
Military a key player in illegally transporting raw timber from Laos

By Environmental Investigation Agency
Norway stands to profit from investments in moratorium-breakers

By Anthony Johnson
Following a $1 billion deal with Norway under a UN-based anti-logging campaign, Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has signed a moratorium on logging that will last for an initial two years

By Anthony Johnson
Ethical investment analysis firm, AAA (Alternative Asset Analysis), has welcomed news that the rate of deforestation in Brazil between August 2010 and February 2011 has declined.

By Anthony Johnson
Despite major progress to tackle deforestation last year during the Cancun Climate Conference, so far little has been established by way of progress or expansion during the current UN Framework Convention

By Linda Lannon
Winning Designs Available for Pre-Order at PeopleTowels.com

By Neil Helfrich
iFind Systems’s Wandering Shepherd “Smart Tagging” Ear Tag Selected as One of the Top 5 Startups for IBM’s Smart Planet SmartCamp in Silicon Valley September 8th and 9th, 2010

By PGC Creative
Purchasing a bottle of Z’Tejas’ Trinity Oaks wine plants a tree Environmental sustainability supported by Z’Tejas served spirits as well

By Frogs Are Green LLC
It's time for the 2nd annual Frogs are Green photo contest! This year we will be accepting submissions in two categories: Frogs in the Wild and Backyard Frogs. All entries must be received by September 15, 2010.

By Marrilyn Spencer
For years the returns from investments in forestry have been out stripping stocks and bonds but now with governments beginning to combat climate change those investments have become even more attractive.

By Trees for Cities
One year ago, a violent mudslide devastated the San Antonio district of La Paz, destroying or critically destabilising more than 50 homes, housing 79 families and leaving over 300 people injured.

By Eden Reforestation Projects
Five years after forming, Eden Reforestation Projects (ERP) has planted 10 million trees in Madagascar, Ethiopia, and Haiti. Currently planting 750,000 trees per month, ERP plans to double this impressive milestone by 2011.

By Carbon Planet Limited
How ready are the rainforest nations to deliver formal REDD (Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation) carbon projects? The Carbon Planet REDDiness index ranks the top 30 countries in terms of their capability to deliver REDD projects.

By Financial Soultions
Island nation says it needs assistance to change from the 3rd largest carbon emitter.

By CIG LLC
Indonesia, the world’s 3rd heaviest greenhouse polluter will begin taking steps to curb emissions.

By Rainforest Partnership
An Austin, Texas team it about to launch on a three-month canoe expedition down the Amazon and is collaborating with Rainforest Partnership, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing deforestation of tropical rainforests.

By NoMorePost.com
NoMorePost.com announces that the paperless postal system is finally here with the launch of their Desktop Mailer Application.

By Biochar Fund
An innovative concept that tackles deforestation in the tropics, climate change, energy poverty and food insecurity is awarded 300000 euros by the Congo Basin Forest Fund.

By Herald de Paris et Cie.
We here at the Herald de Paris have decided it is not enough to sit on the sidelines and report on the events of the world. Therefore, we wish to introduce you to our newly-created Herald de Paris Foundation.

By Blueprint Creative Group
In a country where the cost of staple foods as risen to about 50% since last year while three-quarters of its population lives on less than $2 a day, the long term solution to Haiti’s food crisis relies on food security and sustainable development.

By Blueprint Creative Group
Lambi Fund of Haiti to receive public relations services to increase awareness about the needs of rural communities of Haiti and help raise funds to address those needs.

By Blueprint Creative Group
Women worldwide are playing a critical role in addressing climate change, deforestation, and global warming through women’s empowerment movements focused on planting millions of trees.



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