Profiling the best for-profit solutions addressing tropical forest conservation

Managed by Ennovent, an accelerator for innovations of sustainability in low-income markets this Challenge enabled the discovery of more than 77 sustainable businesses taking innovative approaches to address the issue of tropical forest conservation » Read more

World Wildlife Fund Switzerland supports startups in the forest

In December, the World Wildlife Fund Switzerland teamed with Ennovent, a supporter of sustainable innovation, to present the Tropical Forest Challenge. Here is a quick snapshot of the winners in their interview on » Read more

Ennovent announces the winners of the WWF Switzerland Tropical Forest Challenge

Ennovent and WWF Switzerland are pleased to announce the winners of the Tropical Forest Challenge. The winners are endorsed by WWF Switzerland as best solution providers and are awarded global visibility, networking and capacity building opportunities. » Read more

WWF Switzerland Tropical Forest Challenge winners to be announced December 17!

WWF Switzerland and Ennovent will be announcing the winners and finalists of the Tropical Forest Challenge on December 17th, 2012! » Read more

Transporting Change: How Coir Atlas is changing the way India Moves

Himanshu Sheth’s efforts are sustainably preserving Indian forests and providing livelihood to rural women » Read more

Mining for Gold to Preserve Tropical Forests- The Entrepreneurial Story of Mr. Garbage Wood

This innovative idea is a great example of how for-profit solutions are driving conservation efforts. » Read more

Final Call for Applications – WWF Switzerland Tropical Forest Challenge

It just takes one great idea to create lasting change, for tropical forests and beyond. We’re looking for those ideas and enterprises now. » Read more

Investing in nature

Marc Gunther is a contributing editor at FORTUNE magazine. In this blog post, he discusses Impact Investing with a focus on environmental groups for » Read more

Protected tropical forests’ biodiversity ‘declining’

Despite having protected status, the biodiversity in a large number of tropical forests is still continuing to decline, a study has suggested. » Read more

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Amazon: world’s largest tropical rain forest and river basin

The Amazon is a mosaic of landscapes and ecosystems. It is the world’s largest river basin and the source of one-fifth of all fresh water on Earth. The Amazon contains one-third of the planet’s remaining rain forests, sustaining millions of species. Today, more than 30 million people live in the region. » Read more

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