Deforestation

Male and female hiker walking through giant redwood forest (© Shutterstock)

America has deep roots in reforestation

Did you know that reforestation programs have been around in the United States for more than 100 years? Learn about that legacy and how it helps the world.
Illegal logging in Burma (© AP Images)

Tree DNA ‘fingerprinting’ fights rampant illegal logging

DNA "fingerprinting" has allowed timber companies to use the latest genetic technology to ensure that lumber has been legally harvested.
Close-up of two pairs of hands planting cedar sapling (Courtesy of the Lebanon Reforestation Initiative)

Restoring Lebanon’s cedar forests

The legendary cedars of Lebanon, long threatened by deforestation, are making a comeback, thanks to a partnership with the U.S. Forest Service.
Man and woman behind trees

“It doesn’t take a lot.” Responsible businesses doing the right thing.

Millennials' broader environmental consciousness and awareness of global poverty will make corporate social responsibility even more relevant in the future.