forests

After the storm, Puerto Rico’s forests performed incredible feats of recovery. What can humans learn from that?
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But one group is fighting to conserve working forests and keep rural economies alive.
It is crucial to show local governments and people that primates are worth more alive than dead. For instance, tourists pay
  Peru has been a leader in moving towards a new "green+gray" approach to water, with an innovative new program allocating
To be sure, there is still a lot of work to be done. But with effort, dedication and a willingness to listen to sometimes
Six years ago, governments also pledged to act against forest degradation and deforestation. They said that by 2020 all forests
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The result of this month's US election threw a pall over the meetings in Marrakech and could potentially represent a major setback to these efforts.
There is much work to do. But what we can learn from the electricity sector is that one of our founders, Bob Hunter, was right when he said that "big change looks impossible when you start and inevitable when you finish."