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How We Work

The Forest and Climate Programme works primarily through WWF country offices and network-wide initiatives.


  • We lead WWF policy and advocacy work in international climate negotiations, and with multilaterals and bilateral agencies
  • We support national and subnational efforts through close partnerships with WWF offices in Colombia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guyana, Indonesia and Peru 
  • We provide technical expertise and support on monitoring, reporting and verification of emissions
  • We work to empower indigenous peoples and local communities to effectivity participate in REDD+ discussions and decision making
  • We manage a strong capacity building and communications program 

5 Guiding Principles for REDD+

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REDD+ Learning Sessions

Every month, we invite a REDD+ expert to present a webinar on a key issue, equipping REDD+ practitioners around the globe with the latest information related to REDD+. These online Learning Sessions are free and designed to leverage and share REDD+ knowledge and expertise.

Watch archived Learning Sessions


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