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RaluFineArt May 6
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GHREDD+ May 8
propelling smallholders are crucial for deforestation free supply chain. There are 475 million smallholders around the world. In Ghana 90% of cocoa is produced by smallholders, in Colombia 53% of the land is controlled by indigenous people.
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Tropical Forest Alliance Jun 17
The time to act towards a -free world to ensure a future is now. Read more about the state of deforestation in via .
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OutdoorLife Cape&Co Apr 25
RT tfa2020: .nature_org highlights why protecting and restoring forests is one of the best things any government can do for its people. is showing how it's done by restoring the Mantiqueira Atlantic Forest.
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ECON May 9
RT tfa2020: Did you miss President IvanDuque's address on day 2 of ? Here's a quick recap! Congratulations Colombia on all the actions 👏🏻
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Hindou May 7
Advocating for zero deforestation by including indigenous peoples in decision making and respecting our traditional knowledge annual meeting
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Michael Guindon May 6
Interesting panel at highlighting the importance for companies to translate their commitments into action on the ground. “If everyone does their part, we will change the system”
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UNDP Climate & Forests May 6
We are Annual Meeting in Bogotá, Colombia with experts from government, private sector & civil society to assess where we are at re 2020 goals and how to get there (hint: private finance and are key)
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GCF Task Force May 7
Today our team is participating in the annual meeting , focusing on catalyzing collective action on the challenge of deforestation.
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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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Forest Trends May 9
Studies found rates in South America are between 6 and 350 times lower in where indigenous communities possess uncontested land rights. Learn more:
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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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Conservation Intl May 5
Forests are essential to diverting climate change and achieving the . We’re looking forward to joining and leaders from government, business and civil society to achieve a future and end .
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Dr David Nabarro May 8
We must be the messengers of re-evaluating what is truly important to the world 🌎! The for applies to everyone, everywhere - every single one of us has the power to change the world!
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Michael Guindon May 7
Looking forward to further discussions on collective action to create a future at day 2 of the annual meeting
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Cristina Bonillo May 6
Tropical Forest Alliance meeting in Bogotá. Another opportunity to tackle deforestation and find common opportunities to act. Let’s do it!
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Ulla-Riitta Unkuri Feb 20
full of opportunities
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Ethan Budiansky May 6
Chris McGrath explaining role of private sector 4 systemic action - companies leaving behind competitive tendencies to work together & share best practices 2 tackle and other sustainability issues. We can't do it alone.
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Justin Adams Jun 13
Breaking news: commits $30M to accelerate action on w CEO David MacLennan acknowledging limitations of single company action & where they’ve fallen short. Challenges rest of industry to go further! via
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UPM Raflatac EMEIA Jan 23
Our goal in is not only to reduce negative impacts on the environment, but also create positive ones. Our concept proves that it is possible to make net beneficial choices in production, which help brands to also be more sustainable.
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