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Think like water

Water is life, and when the natural processes of water purification and regulation are threatened so to is life.  Drought and flood are opposite extremes in a water cycle...

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Land Rights

Land Rights

The Problem: Why dedicate yourself to long-term sustainability when your efforts might be taken away and reversed at any time? Many Pembans are enthusiastic...

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Our Climate Statement

In the lead-up to #COP21 we will be sharing insights from communities in Pemba and New Brunswick, from people who confront climate change on a daily basis and prove how this...

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Ecosystem-Based Adaptation

Problem: A community’s ability to adapt to climate change is inextricably linked to the health of the surrounding environment. Healthy forests mitigate drought, and...

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Climate Finance

Problem: “Do as we say, not as we do”. The world’s poorest countries and the most vulnerable to climate change have historically contributed the least to...

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Green Growth

Problem:​ Business as usual is what got us into this trouble. Economic development based on unrestrained use of the Earth's resources, especially fossil fuels, has...

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The Restoration Trail

A Path to Homegrown Sustainability

On October 3, we opened our Restoration Trail at the Rural Innovation Campus – Whaelghinbran Farm in Sussex, N.B. This...

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Partnerships

We cannot do it alone.

 

Community Forests International depends on the support of our partners. These leaders in sustainability have worked in...

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