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New Info on Multiple Benefits for REDD+

To coincide with the 10th Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Nagoya, the UN-REDD Programme has added new materials on the biodiversity and ecosystem benefits of REDD+ on

These pages provide access to a wide range of new material on ecosystem-based benefits, along with resources, and pages devoted to the multiple benefits of REDD+ at global and national levels. This revamped section of our website will continue to be updated with further resources as the work of the UN-REDD Programme progresses.

Here's a sample of some of the publications you can access from our new Multiple Benefits section:

You can also find a series of nine issue papers, on various aspects of multiple benefits for REDD+, by clicking on our new Multiple Benefits Publications section.

In this issue


New Carbon Maps Contribute to Wider Conservation

UN-REDD-INPE Training on National Forest Monitoring Systems

2 New Countries Join the UN-REDD Programme

New Info on Multiple Benefits for REDD+

REDD+ Partnership Launches New Website
Features & Commentary

Paraguay's National Programme for REDD+ By: Santiago Carrizosa

Biodiversity Benefits of REDD+ Elifuraha Isaya Laltaika
Reports & Analysis

UN-REDD FPIC Workshop in Panama

Looking ahead

FCPF Participants Committee Meeting
1 - 3 November 2010, Washington, D.C., USA

UN-REDD Programme 5th Policy Board Meeting
4-5 November 2010, Washington, D.C., USA

FIP Sub-Committee Meeting
8 November 2010, Washington, D.C., USA

14th International Anti-Corruption Conference
10-13 November 2010, Bangkok, Thailand

UN-REDD/Chatham House Monitoring Governance Workshop
18-19 November 2010, Rome, Italy

29 Nov- 10 Dec 2010, Cancun, Mexico

Forest Day 4, "After Copenhagen: Maintaining the Momentum"
5 December 2010, Cancun, Mexico
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