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Mexico Launches its REDD+ Website

At the recent workshop on Forest Governance, Decentralization and REDD+ in Oaxaca, Mexico launched its new REDD+ website, www.reddmexico.org and online community of practice.

The idea for the site, called “REDD+ Mexico” emerged from Mexico’s Consultative Technical Committee on REDD+ (Comité Técnico Consultivo de REDD+, CTC-REDD+), with the goal to disseminate and share information with a broad audience on the activities that the Government is developing on REDD+.

The site went live on 1 September 2010 and features news, reports as well as Mexico’s position on REDD+, fueling both national and international discussions.  The site seeks to facilitate an understanding of both the REDD+ context and technical aspects that underpin the REDD+ mechanism under the UNFCCC.

REDD+ Mexico has been developed thanks to the support of the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Embassy in Mexico, with technical support and assistance from the World Wildlife Fund.

Mexico has been a partner country to the UN-REDD Programme since February 2010.

Visit the site today!

In this issue


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

18 - 29 October 2010, Nagoya, Japan
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