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Can Brazil Have Its Food and Its Forests Too?

In a new National Geographic article accompanying the "Years of Living Dangerously" documentary series on climate change, Executive Director Dan Nepstad highlights our jurisdictional approach to sustainability: working with multiple stakeholders to ...

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Earth Innovation Institute at COP 22

Earth Innovation Institute (EII) kicked off its participation in the UN Climate Change Conference (COP22) this week with a screening of their new short film, The Story of SISA, at an Indigenous Pavilion event organized by the Alianza Mesoamericana ...

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The Government of the Forests comes to California

  At a private meeting in Sacramento last week, Governor Viana of Acre, Brazil met with California’s Governor Jerry Brown to discuss a shared vision for environmental sustainability coupled with social inclusion. Governor Viana leads one ...

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Voices of Acre – A new short video created by Earth Innovation Institute, Forest Trends and Nomoha Media

For the last 17 years, the State of Acre, Brazil has conducted a massive, audacious experiment: to build an economy that keeps its forests standing, improves the livelihoods of its forest-dependent peoples, creates jobs, opens markets and attracts ...

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New online tool helps Indonesian government to achieve sustainable palm oil plantations

Earth Innovation Institute’s sister organization in Indonesia, INOBU, together with the Director General of Plantations at the Ministry of Agriculture and regents from the districts of Gunung Mas, Kotawaringin Barat and Seruyan (Central ...

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