Ensuring forests for the future
Turing over a new leaf
Within these landsapes WWF works to ensure countries have scientifically based and representative networks of well-managed protected areas, which are sustainably financed, ensure effective participation of local communities and provide social and economic benefits, and in addition, establish initiatives that support responsible forest management and trade.
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Global Forest and Trade Network
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Interview with Nelson Gutierrez, Forest Carbon Specialist with WWF-Peru
Nelson Gutierrez is a Forest Carbon Specialist with the WWF-Peru team, based in Madre de Dios.
Indonesia-Philippines learning exchange builds foundation for recognizing indigenous peoples' land and governance rights
In a June south-south learning exchange, representatives from WWF-Indonesia and the district ...
The Declaration of Lima calls on governments to recognise the Pan-Amazon’s vital role in climate regulation and guarantee climate security for humanity
40% of the worlds remaining rainforests are to be found in the Amazon as well as at least 10% of ...
Sustainable rattan management in Laos goes from strength to strength with new FSC certifications and export order
In 2011, the world’s first FSC-certified rattan forests premiered in Laos. Three years later, WWF ...
CANOPY (issue 3, 2014): quarterly REDD+ news from WWF's global Forest and Climate Programme
CANOPY is a quarterly newsletter from WWF's Forest and Climate Programme that provides the latest ...
Interview with Anggela Michi and Jiang Oliver Liao Torres, Natural Resources Management office in Madre de Dios, Peru
Anggela Michi and Jiang Oliver Liao Torres work with GOREMAD’s Natural Resources Management office ...
Local actions lay the groundwork for REDD+ implementation in Kutai Barat, Indonesia
WWF-Indonesia is making major strides in partnering with local communities to demarcate and ...
Biodiversity safeguard workshop offers learning opportunity for forest industry stakeholders in Mahakam Ulu District, East Kalimantan
In an effort to build capacity of timber industry stakeholders on biodiversity safeguards, ...
Indigenous communities train others in community measurement, reporting and verification in Guyana
The North Rupununi District Development Board, an indigenous community-based organization, is ...
Interview with Maria Eugenia Arroyo, Forest and Climate Coordinator for WWF-Peru
Maria Eugenia (“Maru”) coordinates forest and climate activities for WWF-Peru, with a ...