Lessons Learned - Engaging Civil Society in REDD+ Programme

Posted on 26 August 2010  | 
Guided by WWF’s overall forests and climate vision of no net greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation by 2020, the Engaging Civil Society in REDD+ programme sought to build capacity and contribute to the readiness of national REDD+ programmes.

Activities focused on several key forest countries – particularly those with high rates of deforestation and forest degradation, and in countries or regions, such as the Congo Basin and Guyana, whose large and highly biodiverse forests will increasingly be vulnerable to deforestation pressure.

This report synthesizes achievements, challenges, and lessons learned across varied geographies and themes over the course of Engaging Civil Society in REDD+ programme.

The purpose of this report is to share reflections, insights and experiences gained through this work so that others can benefit, and to shape and sharpen future WWF efforts in this complex and rapidly evolving area.
Lessons Learned - Engaging Civil Society in REDD+ Programme
© Martin Harvey / WWF-Canon, Peter Holland / WWF-Canon, Roberto Maldonado, Frank Sperling Enlarge

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