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September 2014 – social justice in forests, universal energy access and rewriting the narrative on Africa and climate change

August 2014 – Chinese views of African forests, how to best deal with wildlife crime and inspiring action for sustainable fisheries

July 2014 – tools for inclusive cities, forests and Sustainable Development Goals, and the Musketeers of development

June 2014 – celebrate the drylands, learn from a fisher how to save fish species, and explore what agroecology is and what it has to offer

May 2014 – social justice in the green economy, mainstreaming biodiversity and development, and what's next for REDD+?

March 2014 – sustainable fisheries animation, football and forests, and the launch of a new five-year strategy

February 2014 – Nobel Peace Prize nominations, the post-2015 development agenda and an elephant in the room

January 2014 – payments for ecosystem services, locally controlled forestry in Mozambique and a guidebook for African journalists

November 2013 – REDD+ and rights, conserving fish in Bangladesh and reactions to COP19

October 2013 – COP19 UN climate change conference and the launch of our latest book

September 2013 – Big dams in Niger, reducing urban poverty and a house with many rooms

August 2013 – Mountain gorillas in Uganda, land deals and conserving Bangladesh's fish.

July 2013 – Financing climate change adaptation, post-2015 agenda and African land grabs

June 2013 – Biodiversity in Botswana, City 2,0 and the quiet revolution in sustainable energy

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