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A New Look for UN-REDD.org

This month, the UN-REDD Programme re-launches its global website—www.un-redd.org—with a new look, and features that make finding information easier than ever.

The new and improved UN-REDD Programme website brings more information about the Programme and partner countries to visitor's fingertips, while maintaining the same information users are used to finding there. From the homepage, detailed information about UN-REDD Programme partner countries as well as global and regional support is now just one click away.

New features include:

  1. Interactive maps on the homepage and partner country sections
  2. A comprehensive Publication & Resources section
  3. Updated information on REDD+, including a retooled Media Centre featuring the Programme's wide range of multimedia resources
  4. New sections designed for Donors & Partners, including testimonials from donors and partner countries
  5. New animated banners and graphic design.

With this website revamping, the UN-REDD Programme aims to make un-redd.org an even better resource for the increasingly wide range of visitors to the website; from those just learning about the REDD+ concept, to those "in the know" on REDD+.

Let us know what you think! Email your feedback to un-redd@un-redd.org, or post your comments on the UN-REDD Programme Blog or Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

In this issue

News

Ecuador Launches its UN-REDD National Programme

Indonesia Explores the Multiple Benefits of REDD+


Voting Period Now Open for New Civil Society Representatives to the UN-REDD Policy Board

A New Look for UN-REDD.org

Fast-Facts on UN-REDD

Features & Commentary

Crossroads for the REDD+ Partnership
By: Christine Dragisic (USA) and Jorge Mario Rodríguez Zúñiga (Costa Rica)

Kenya Advances its REDD+ Readiness Roadmap
By: Patrick Van Laake

Reports & Analysis

Zambia Releases Two Studies on Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Management for REDD+

Two New Go-REDD+ Issues from UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific

Looking ahead

UNFCCC Meetings
30 August-5 September, 2012: Bangkok, Thailand

REDD+ Partnership Meeting
6-7 September, 2012: Bangkok, Thailand

IUCN World Conservation Congress
6-15 September, 2012: Jeju, Korea

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