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On the latest study tour to Bahia, NGP’s Andrew Heald sees how things have changed since his first visit
The latest NGP virtual study tour landed in three very different landscapes with a surprising amount in common
Ahead of a day of discussions on forestry investments for people, planet and profit at the World Forestry Congress, Shauna Matkovich introduces the NGP investment case
A prizewinning rattan furniture company is going from strength – to the benefit of communities and conservation
The latest NGP study tour was about daring to dream – and working to make those dreams come true
The latest NGP virtual study tour visited forest landscape restoration and resilience projects on three continents
A virtual study tour to Viet Nam followed the development of 'bankable nature solutions' for people, planet and profit
In Uganda, the New Forests Company is banking on carbon finance to increase the value of tree plantations for local people and the environment.
Often criticized as sterile monocultures, can plantations contribute to conserving and restoring biodiversity?
Planting more trees and using more wood in our daily lives can help us mitigate the effects of climate change, reverse biodiversity loss and reduce pollution – as long as we do it right
A year after visiting Uganda on an NGP study tour, Andrew Heald returned to the country – and found the challenges more complex than ever.
How a timber cooperative is changing the lives of Vietnamese smallholders