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A New Go-REDD+ Issue from UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific


The latest Go-REDD+ issue from the UN-REDD Programme Asia-Pacific listserv examines the links between community forestry and REDD+.


The Go-REDD+ issue entitled, “REDD+ and Community Forestry, revisited” explores two studies that offer encouraging, but contrasting, visions of how community forestry may serve as a model with which to develop policies and measures under future national REDD+ mechanisms.

About Go-REDD+
Go-REDD+ is a bi-monthly newsletter distributed by email and managed by the UN-REDD Programme team in Asia-Pacific. The main objective is to distribute information, synopses of research results and activities related to REDD+ in Asia-Pacific, to assist countries in their REDD+ readiness efforts.

Access previous Go-REDD+ articles in the Go-REDD+ archive at un-redd.org.

 

 

 

 

In this issue

News

Reflections on Five Years of Achievements at COP19 Side Event

Celebrating UN-REDD’s Birthday at the Oslo REDD Exchange

Workshop on Spatial Analysis to Support REDD+ Planning in Bangkok

Africa is on the Rise; is REDD+ Equally Rising in Africa?

National Consultation of Indigenous Peoples on REDD+ Readiness: Bangladesh Chapter

Collaboration for Knowledge Sharing

UN-REDD Framework for Supporting the Development of Country Approaches to Safeguards

The Democratic Republic of Congo National Forest Monitoring System to Provide Initial Information on REDD+ Activities

UN-REDD Programme Success Story

Anti-Corruption Online Resources for REDD+

Segundo Taller Regional America Latina y Caribe Sobre Consulta Previa y el Consentimiento Previo, Libre e Informado

Stakeholder Engagement Advanced Through Innovative Workshop Series

ONU-REDD y el Ministerio del Ambiente del Ecuador Comparten Experiencias en el Desarrollo y Mejoramiento de Sistemas Web de Información

TEDxNairobi 2013: The City Rebooted

Reports & Analysis

New Go-REDD+ Issue From UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific

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