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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REDD+ remains at a crossroads after Doha
Negotiators took a pass on finalizing key elements of an international mechanism to reduce ...
DRC REDD+ readiness highlighted in new case study
A case study of a REDD+ readiness pilot project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was ...
REDD+ takes unanticipated big step forward at UNFCCC-COP18
Doha, Qatar -- 29 November 2012 -- WWF REDD+ negotiators produced a pleasant surprise ...
US$9.0 million in GEF funds for Heart of Borneo forests
In early November 2012, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Council approved US$9.0 million ...
Indigenous Peoples showcase REDD+ in action at UNFCCC-COP18
(Doha, Qatar – 29 November 2012) -- Representatives of Indigenous Peoples (IPs) ...
Strange bedfellows find common ground
Australia's Parliament passed a historic bill criminalising the import or processing of timber ...
WWF Expectations -- UNFCCC-COP18 -- Doha, Qatar 2012
Learning Session 5: Expectations for REDD+ at UNFCCC-COP18
WWF deeply saddened by death of Virunga park protectors
WWF is saddened to hear about the violent deaths of more people, who died while protecting one of ...
Peru creates three new Amazon protected areas
Peru has created three new protected areas in the northern Amazon territory of Loreto, covering an ...