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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FSC in the Greater Mekong region: Past the half-million hectare mark, but where to next?
On 9 May 2014, FSC reached a milestone in the Greater Mekong region with the certification of ...
WWF responds to ambitious APP plan for restoration and conservation of one million hectares
WWF cautiously welcomes the restoration and conservation initiative announced today by ...
Nepal on its way to access results-based payments for REDD+
Kathmandu, Nepal – Nepal made new headway in the REDD+ readiness process with the approval of ...
Democratic Republic of Congo accepted into World Bank Carbon Fund “pipeline” to advance REDD+ work
The Democratic Republic of Congo Emission Reductions Program Idea Note was provisionally approved ...
CANOPY (issue 2, 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 ...
US$60 million proposal for Congo’s largest-ever forest carbon emissions reduction project submitted to World Bank Carbon Fund
In a major step forward, DRC has submitted an Emissions Reductions Program Idea Note (ER-PIN) to ...
Paraguay presents its first countrywide forest carbon map
These maps represent a milestone toward the development of the MRV system and reference levels by ...
Interview with Hermine Kleymann, Programme Officer for REDD+ Policy
Hermine Kleymann is a Programme Officer for REDD+ Policy. She works on international policy with a ...
REDD+ People: Interview with Victor Kabengele Wa Kadilu
Interview with Victor Kabengele Wa Kadilu, REDD+ National Coordinator for the National REDD ...
New report serves as a call to action on International Day of Forests
A new report demonstrates how forests have multiple additional values beyond carbon sequestration ...