IIED's December forests newsletter

News, 6 December 2018
Our latest forests newsletter reports on the recent work of IIED's forestry team and highlights the China-Africa Forest Governance project, new publications on the China-Mozambique timber trade and women’s entrepreneurship, and blogs from both Joji Cariño of the Forest Peoples Programme and IIED's Duncan Macqueen.

The December 2018 edition of IIED's forests newsletter

Our forests newsletter provides updates on IIED's work to improve forest livelihoods and to ensure that forests are managed in a fair and sustainable way.

This issue leads with a long read from James Mayers: 'Finding a green path for China and Africa?'. Chinese investment and trade is having a huge impact on African forests. We take a look at all the issues, the project work to date and the way things are heading. The long read and two accompanying videos are available in English and Chinese. 

Publications, briefings, blogs and news

The newsletter highlights recent work by the forests team:

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