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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Forest countries call for international collaboration to achieve emissions reductions
14 countries announce the "Lima Challenge"
COICA and WWF present concept and implementation of Amazon Indigenous REDD+
For generations, the indigenous peoples have been working to protect their territories against ...
REDD+ progress stalls at UN climate change meeting
Divergence of positions on pending topics means no progress for REDD+ at COP20
WWF calls on delegates at global climate meeting to ‘guarantee inclusion of forest sector in new climate regime’
COP20 is a pivotal opportunity to advance the international forest and climate agenda
Lima talks to test political will for global climate deal
Why COP20 will be a key moment in climate negotiations
Green Climate Fund pledges increase political momentum for global climate agreement
Over US$1 billion pledged to fund climate projects in developing countries
Communities in Democratic Republic of Congo plant 60,000 trees in support of reforestation efforts
Communities in Democratic Republic of Congo support reforestation efforts through planting of ...
WWF commends Norway and Guyana for efforts to make REDD+ work
WWF-Guianas welcomes Guyana President Ramotar’s announcement today of Norway’s 2012 calendar year ...
Peter Graham announced as new WWF Forest and Climate Programme leader
The WWF Forest and Climate Programme has named Peter Graham to be its new team leader, responsible ...
Expectations for this year’s global climate change meeting: An interview with Josefina Brana-Varela
Josefina Brana-Varela, Policy Director for WWF’s Forest and Climate Programme reflects on the ...