RECOFTC
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Notes from the Field
There is an old Japanese proverb that has reverberated in my head since childhood. “The nail that sticks out gets hammered down,” underlies a common...
Practitioner's Insights
Educating the next generation of natural resource professionals and policymakers in climate change is an investment in the future, especially in the...
Talk of the Forest
In Thbong Kropue district, Cambodia, near one of Southeast Asia’s most important wildlife hotspots, Prey Lang Landscape, a commune chief has...
Perspectives
Dramatic forest degradation and loss in the Greater Mekong region have both their causes and potential solutions rooted in forest governance,...
Notes from the Field
Only one week after youth activists across the world took to the streets to protest against the lack of climate change action, 25 youth leaders from...
Perspectives
The intensity of this smell has penetrated Ramli's life since 1986, when his father first planted coffee on his land in Bantaeng, Indonesia. “Up to...
Talk of the Forest
"It was coffee harvest time," Syafar recounts in a video produced by The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC). "Traders came and said the price of...
Perspectives
"As we celebrate the 44th International Women's Day this week and stand in solidarity with women and men allies calling for better rights for women...
Talk of the Forest
In 2015, the daunting challenge of limiting global warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels was finally acknowledged in The Paris Agreement. The...