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REDDCopernicus Jun 25
The first day at the + Stakeholder Workshop was filled with a large variety of presentations from Country Users in the REDD+ Process. European Research and Industry presented different operational capacities for EO Forest Monitoring! Thanks for the contributions!
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UNDP Climate & Forests Jun 22
Our regional advisor in Asia-Pacific highlights the importance of equal partnerships between indigenous peoples and governments to advance +
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REDDCopernicus Jun 24
We are happy to welcome a large group of stakeholders from + countries as well as Europe to our International Stakeholder Workshop at JRC in Ispra this week.
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Peter Holmgren 7h
Too much money, too little accountability. After 10+ yrs & still no credible measurement of performance. Still oversell of satellite remote sensing with no field reference. And not even measuring . Said before, folks.
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REDD+ Community 56m
"In 2018, the Programme supported a total of 19 countries through national programmes and technical assistance for + implementation."
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Dorian Gray Jun 18
Who is he?, mf I’m him
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Jos Cozijnsen Jun 25
Replying to @spbverhagen
First you saw a spike in carbon sequestration and with CCS and reuse you will see emissions. Replace power intallations is not a simple measure. Forest protection against drivers of mining, unsustainable farming is more pressing
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CIFOR 21h
Sustainable management of landscapes, especially peat fires is a key component of Indonesia's REDD+ strategy, says Ruandha Sugardiman, Director General for Climate Change, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia
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CIFOR 20h
Peru environmental policies: Forest and climate change national strategy; core strategy to fight deforestation; biodiversity strategy; nationally determined contributions; joint declaration of intent on REDD+, says Berioska Quispe Estrada Peru Ministry of Environment
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UNDP Climate & Forests Jun 21
The board has started deliberations by shifting the gender balance: 11 women and 6 men from + countries, civil society, indigenous peoples and donors assess progress and discuss plans beyond 2020. Under the leadership of chair
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Lisa Marie Cain Jun 17
I'm drinking my beer!
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Jos Cozijnsen 6h
Norway is to commission high-resolution satellite images of the Amazon and other rainforests as part of its multi-billion dollar effort to detect tropical . Better satellite images to help save rainforests, |
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CIFOR Jun 24
Join CIFOR at the World Conference Center in Bonn for “Result-based payments for REDD+” - 25 June at 3 p.m.
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Lauren Gifford Jun 18
Critiques of or carbon offset projects are often met with anger, even vitriol. Why is this? Why do development practitioners hold so tightly and unequivocally to flawed mechanisms? Development geography has theories as to why, but I'm more interested in the empirics of it.
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KØBE STEPHEИ Jun 20
This EP is mad fire 🔥💯🔥💯🔥💯
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Susan Gardner Jun 21
The programme is continually strengthened by the shared wisdom of the Executive Board and the phenomenal Secretariat +
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TC_REDD+ Jun 22
Pleasure to discuss 's + progress with Dr Ruandha Sugardiman, DG for Climate Change, Ministry of Environment & Forestry, along with Pak Wahyu, Director of Resource Mobilization and team
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REDD+ Guyana 11m
Investing in safeguarding is an insurance policy for the planet 🌲🌍 +
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CIFOR 22h
REDD+ is one option for reducing emissions, says Christopher Martius, introducing Result based payments for REDD+
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CIFOR 21h
Mangroves have a disproportionately large carbon storage, hence a huge potential for climate change mitigation, says , CIFOR principal scientist and global expert on blue carbon
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