Gabrielle Lipton

ABOUT THE WRITER

Gabrielle Lipton is the editor of Landscape News. To get in touch, please contact her at g.lipton@cgiar.org.

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African governments battle against plastic pollution
6 Nov 2018

Ties between bag bans and health

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Making forests the focus of global bioeconomies
25 Oct 2018

Economic blueprints to go green

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Germany’s take on the global bioeconomy, from definition to dandelion
25 Oct 2018

Basing economic growth in biomass and research

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Changing landscapes, changing diets: The impact of oil palm on nature’s pantry
16 Oct 2018

A look at forest food diets in the face of plantation expansion

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Happy World Food Day! Take our quiz
16 Oct 2018

5 questions on the global food system and hunger

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Start-up takes on second-largest energy company to save German forest
12 Oct 2018

A symbolic battle to reduce coal energy continues

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Give local communities stewardship, not pressure, says One World – No Hunger leader
10 Oct 2018

Dr. Stefan Schmitz on empowerment

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Fateful effects of climate change could come sooner than expected, says IPCC
9 Oct 2018

New report explains a 1.5-degree-warmer world

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Pledges reach 111% of AFR100’s ambitious landscape restoration target
2 Oct 2018

Commitments from 27 countries now must be implemented

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Details key in efforts to formalize indigenous peoples’ land rights, delegates say
25 Feb 2018

Must address gaps

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Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim urges more rights for indigenous people to benefit landscapes
13 Jan 2018

Respect, participation, funding key

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Inclusion of indigenous groups will ensure sustainable landscapes, says Joan Carling
11 Jan 2018

Partnerships and collaborations essential

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Global Landscapes Forum seeks to become both a platform and a movement
21 Dec 2017

“This is not a closing ceremony, but an opening ceremony of new GLF movement,” said Robert Nasi, Director General of...

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Indigenous communities, biodiversity in focus at Global Landscapes Forum
20 Dec 2017

In Mauritius almost 100 species have become extinct since the 17th century

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Redefine “ecological awareness” at Global Landscapes Forum, urges indigenous leader Marcos Terena
9 Dec 2017

Must address environmental crises as well as humanity’s existential crises

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