THE INTEGRITY OF THE WORLD'S MOST IMPORTANT FORESTS, INCLUDING
THEIR BENEFITS TO HUMAN WELL-BEING, IS ENHANCED AND MAINTAINED
A misty morning in Kika, Cameroon. The Congo
Basin holds the second-largest rainforest in the
world, but millions of hectares will be destroyed
over the next 15 years without urgent action to
protect and manage forest landscapes sustainably.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Annual Review 2015