Their territories contain about one third of all carbon stored in the forests of Latin America and the Caribbean.
A new controversial study claims that cutting down trees might have the opposite effect on global warming.
Tackling climate change without changing biomass rules is like "trying to bail out a boat with a hole in the bottom".
Rangers will manage four of these huge mammals after they are released into a woodland near Canterbury, Kent.
For one community in West Africa, healing the planet is about a deep and ancient respect for nature.
There are questions about whether planting trees is always the best option.
NGOs fear that tree planting often leads to "greenwashing" by corporations and governments and distracts from the real effort to stop the burning of fossil fuels.
Faith-based organisations control 8% of the Earth’s habitable land and 5% of commercial forests.
Two of his best-known works are the Vertical Forest Towers in Italy and the Liuzhou Forest City in China.
Local communities are still concerned that the fate of the forest remains unclear.
Eileen Gbagbo on Kenya's Sengwer tribe and why conservation efforts forced them out of their ancestral home.
Pandemic induced panic-buying has got us all considering toilet paper alternatives in our time of need.
Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,
The WWF argues cutting down an EU-protected floodplain forest in central Hungary was illegal and has called for statutory penalties.
Romania has been threatened with legal action over illegal logging and allegedly not doing enough to protect some of Europe’s largest unspoilt forests.
I meet Alex Fisher, who lived in a tree for a year in the 1990s to stop British forests being cut down.
Lisa Wright and Tom Piper create mile long sculpture trail to commemorate 100 years of safeguarding the trees.