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Reminder: Register for Forest Day 4

Forest Day 4 will take place on 5 December 2010 alongside the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 16th Conference of the Parties in Cancún, Mexico.


Forest Day is one of the world's leading global platforms for anyone with an interest in forests and climate change to come together with others and exchange their views. Last year, nearly 1,500 people attended Forest Day 3 in Copenhagen, including world leaders, three Nobel Prize winners, top scientists, donors, global and regional media, policymakers, leaders of indigenous communities, and notably 250 climate negotiators. This year, we anticipate up to 2,000 participants.

Forest Day 4 will take place on 5 December 2010 alongside the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 16th Conference of the Parties in Cancún, Mexico at the Cancún Center. Forest Day 4 is hosted by the Government of Mexico, through the National Forestry Commission, the Collaborative Partnership on Forests and CIFOR.

To register, visit www.forestday.org

 
In this issue

News

Indonesia’s National REDD+ Strategy

MRV Training for REDD+ Remote Sensing Tools in Tanzania

Mexico Launches its REDD+ Website

Reminder: Register for Forest Day 4
Features & Commentary

Making REDD+ Work for Biodiversity and Livelihoods By: Wahida Patwa-Shah & Julie Greenwalt (With contributions from Lera Miles)

UN-REDD and FCPF Joint Mission in Republic of Congo By: Pacifique Mukumba Isumbisho
Reports & Analysis

UN-REDD at the REDD+ Governance Workshop in Oaxaca
Looking ahead

20th Session of the Committee on Forestry (COFO)
4 - 8 October 2010, Rome, Italy

UNFCCC Climate Change Negotiations
4 - 9 October 2010, Tianjin, China

Interim REDD+ Partnership Workshop
2 October 2010, Tianjin, China

CBD COP 10
18 - 29 October 2010, Nagoya, Japan
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