Follow guest blogger, Alejandro Hernandez, to Chiapas, Mexico, where he works with farmers and ranchers to adopt sustainable practices. The Nature Conservancy is working to reforest steep pastures and help farmers increase their yields, even in the face of droughts and floods.
Posts Tagged ‘reforestation’
In this third post of a four-part series, Bronson Griscom, Ph.D. and team, venture deeper into the forests of the Xingu River region of Brazil’s Amazon frontier and begin to see what they came for.
An ambitious plan to restore and replant trees in an arid, degraded zone of Inner Mongolia promises carbon storage, and more immediate benefits to local communities.
This blog entry is the final entry in a three-part series by Rane Cortez, a forest carbon development adviser at The Nature Conservancy. The series highlights Rane’s recent 10-day trip into São Félix do Xingu, a large municipality in the heart of the Amazon in northern Brazil. She is working with local communities and experts […]
This year’s Super Bowl (XLV) features a big state, a big video screen and big plans for addressing the environmental impact of this big event.
In this video, Evan Girvertz, a senior scientist for The Nature Conservancy, describes how a reforestation project in Inner Mongolia, China will help surrounding communities adapt to climate change.