Forests, Trees and the Eradication of Poverty: Potential and Limitations - Global assessment report by the Global Forest Experts Panel (GFEP) 
A global assessment on the importance of the forest ecosystems for the eradication of poverty has been written by the Global Forest Experts Panel (GFEP) and published by the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). Picture above from the report and by © Terry Sunderland.
Schools of the Luki Man and Biosphere Reserve: participating in environmental awareness activities [January 2019 – August 2020]
Since 2019 the WWF DRC, in Partnership with the Africa Museum, worked in the schools surrounding the Luki MAB reserve to assess suitable means of raising environmental awareness and the challenges and rewards of protecting the forest.
Research lead in the Manzonzi savannah landscape in the context of the PilotMAB project [2019-2020]
The Manzonzi savannah, located in the Bas Congo province near the Luki MAB reserve, is a remarkable study site for the regeneration of woodlands from a savannah ecosystem. Here is an overview of the fieldwork lead in the framework of the PilotMAB project.
The Yoko reserve forest. Snapshots of the scientific and human richness of a forest from the Tshopo province, Democratic Republic of the Congo [February - March 2020]
In the continuity of the work done in the Man and Biosphere Reserves of Yangambi, a measurement campaign was conducted in permanent plots of the Yoko reserve.
Learning trees and forests growth dynamics from wood samples [December 2019 - January 2020]
An insight on how the anatomical features of wood samples can teach us about the growth dynamics of trees at the individual scale as well as for whole forest ecosystems. Article based on studies currently conducted at the Africa Museum of Tervuren and focusing on the Entandrophragma genus.