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Partnerships for Forests brings together the private sector, public sector and communities to catalyse investment in forests and sustainable land use.
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Dept for BEIS Jun 5
We're celebrating by looking at the work UK does globally through projects like which supports communities in Latin America to protect against deforestation & grow their businesses.
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Tropical Forest Alliance Jun 4
Thanks to all our partners for engaging discussions on collective action in 🇬🇭We solve deforestation by convening with purpose and working together for a 🌳🌍
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DFID May 25
Can coffee help combat climate change in Ethiopia? w/ are finding a way
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P4Forests May 22
Recent efforts to protect Brazil’s forests have helped boost agricultural production and productivity, showing that more sustainable ranching is possible | via
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P4Forests May 21
"When this community benefits from this coffee, automatically they can protect the forest" We're helping grow a premium Ethiopian Wild Coffee brand that improves livelihoods, protects forests and tackles climate change:
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P4Forests May 21
Great news! becomes the second major mover. That means 25-years of conservation funding for the Rimba Raya project to help protect critical peat swamp forest and orangutan sanctuary in Central Kalimantan:
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P4Forests May 20
Happy 🐝 — makers of honey and protectors of forests. We're helping establish a premium Indonesian wild forest honey brand, which makes the threatened sialang tree more valuable standing than as timber:
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P4Forests May 17
Last week, gave a chance to reflect on what needs to be done to redouble our efforts and put commitments into action. outlines a 5-step pathway to doing that | via
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P4Forests May 15
"[A]s the African proverb goes: ‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together’" The new impact report highlights 10 West & Central African countries' success so far in transforming palm oil production:
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P4Forests May 9
We were thrilled to be a part of this week. Some great lessons for all actors - including governments, the private sector, civil society, donors and the financial sector - to successfully take ownership of their roles in a future 🌳💚
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P4Forests May 7
A Year in Latin America: what have we learned to date? Read the full report highlighting our learning from one year accelerating sustainable forest businesses in Brazil and Colombia. Now available at:
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P4Forests May 6
A Year in Latin America; what have we learned to date? Today P4F launches its first Knowledge Product from Latin America alongside the event highlighting our learning from one year accelerating sustainable forest businesses in Brazil and Colombia.
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P4Forests May 4
Thank you Marco!
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DFID May 2
. visits Ethiopia today where w/ is supporting farmers to produce quality coffee, protect the forests and combat climate change
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P4Forests Apr 29
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- and we're supporting communities in Kalimantan to build an enterprising model that keeps some of their very close relatives standing:
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P4Forests Apr 29
ICYMI: These majestic giants have been discovered at a record-breaking new height! 🌳📏
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P4Forests Apr 24
Through the recently launched , major industry players and NGOs have begun coordinating efforts to lead real socioeconomic and environmental improvements in natural production:
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P4Forests Apr 23
The UN declared the 2021-2030 decade on Ecosystem Restoration last month, but what will this actually look like? How can it catalyse a paradigm shift that brings together people and private finance to tackle not only , but all of the ?
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P4Forests Apr 18
By the numbers: if we are to achieve our goals, these compelling figures illustrate the pressing need to step up efforts to protect tropical forests | via
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P4Forests Apr 2
How can be a win-win for nature and the financial community? With long-term investments in holistic systems:
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