New study highlights the critical importance of decreasing deforestation and the role businesses can play
Emerging economy poised to submit action plan to the UN that will aim to cut emissions by 29 per cent against business-as-usual levels by 2030
Oil-rich nation also commits to generating 27 per cent of its electricity from renewable sources
Pulp and paper company says it will lose the up to $50m of potential sales when it retires five areas of land, in latest phase of its environmental push
Aida Greenbury talks to BusinessGreen about how the company is working to eliminate deforestation
Leading paper producer reveals how its high-profile zero deforestation strategy is seeking to embrace a 'landscape approach'
Examining the practical steps that businesses can take to eliminate deforestation from their supply chains
Leading pulp and paper company halted harvesting of all natural forest last month as part of new sustainable forest management policy
Bank advises governments in East Asia to use fall in oil price to tackle artificially low fossil fuel prices
Brazil and Indonesia paid over $40bn in subsidies to industries that drive rainforest destruction between 2009 and 2012 - compared to $346m in conservation aid they received to protect forests, according to new research
Greenpeace campaign secures another victory, as banking giant says it will not renew current funding to pulp and paper firm until new sustainability measures are implemented
Indonesia thought to hold 40 per cent of the world's viable geothermal reserves
Brazil reports 18 per cent drop in Amazon clearance as Indonesian president prepares to crack down on logging companies
Environmental campaigner and sustainability advisor Tony Juniper takes a closer look at the multinational's decision to end deforestation
APP's head of sustainability explains the challenges the company has faced ending deforestation
Aida Greenbury of Asia Pulp and Paper explains how bottom line performance and sustainable forests can be combined to help deliver 'a green economy for Indonesia'
Controversy surrounds the launch of the Sustainable Palm Oil Manifesto, but could it provide a better mechanism for distinguishing between good and bad palm oil?
Food giant reveals plans to trace all palm oil back to plantations by end of 2015
Greenpeace's Zulfahmi Fahmi hails the latest commitment from APP to draw a line under its previous forest destruction
Paper company responds to criticism with 1m hectare conservation plan but green groups say it won't stop loggers
Proctor & Gamble caves into pressure from Greenpeace and commits to eliminate deforestation from its palm oil supply chain by 2020
The Forest Trust's Scott Poynton says industry is reaching new heights in the battle with deforestation
One year on from APP's commitment to zero deforestation, corporate clients are starting to return
"The window of time is still open for us to be able to manage this threat. But the window is closing"