For years, a meatless diet has been heralded as one of the best tools for combating the climate footprint of livestock. A new study suggests that, by modifying land-use practices, ranchers can reduce GHG emissions more effectively than consumers.
More than 1.6 billion people depend on the world’s forests for their livelihood. Meet one of these individuals in the second installment of our monthly blog series, One in 1.6 Billion.
Since the release of The Man Behind Your Chocolate, Adrien Koffi Kouadio has become the face of cocoa farmers in West Africa. As part of our training program, together with production company Nice and Serious, we are making a film aimed at cocoa producers to support and encourage them to join us on a sustainable journey towards certification.
Environmentally sustainable, socially responsible and casually luxurious. The eco-lodges and resorts featured in this Valentine’s Day travel roundup are good for the planet, support local communities and offer romantic rainforest experiences year-round.
How sweethearts express their love this Valentine’s Day can have a tremendous impact on the planet — good or bad. Helping to conserve our Earth’s beautiful forests, protect our precious wildlife and promote the well-being of communities worldwide can be as easy as looking for the Rainforest Alliance’s little green frog on goods and services. With Valentine’s Day just round the corner, make sure you spoil your loved one without spoiling the planet with our romantic suggestions.