Announcements and News

The report of a workshop, held in Ulaanbaatar in January 2017, on ‘linking social inclusion and safeguards in the REDD+ context in Mongolia’ has been released on the UN-REDD workspace.

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The preparation of a REDD+ Investment Plan (IP) is moving the country towards the implementation of its REDD+ Strategy

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Cross-River State REDD+ Strategy and National REDD+ framework strategy for Nigeria presented including an overview of the progress of REDD+ process in Nigeria

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Ghana has launched the development of a Ghana REDD+ Investment Plan (GRIP) in its quest to operationalize its national REDD+ Strategy and the implementation of other Warsaw framework elements.

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La Secretaría de Energía, Recursos Naturales, Ambiente y Minas del Gobierno de Honduras, como punto focal REDD+ ante la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas para Cambio Climático (CMNUCC), desarrolla una Estrategia Nacional REDD+ consensuada con partes interesadas nacionales. Dicha estrategia especificará las políticas, acciones y medidas que el país pretende impulsar para alcanzar sus objetivos de reducción de emisiones derivadas de la deforestación y degradación forestal.

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El gobierno de Costa Rica decretó el pasado mes de julio de 2017 el reglamento para la ejecución de la estrategia nacional REDD+, dando un paso más hacia la inserción del mecanismo en la legislación del país y hacia su implementación.

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Representantes de organizaciones campesinas y de entidades relacionadas con el posconflicto en Colombia visitaron Guatemala el pasado mes de julio para conocer políticas, programas y herramientas que este país generó para fomentar y promover el manejo forestal sostenible del bosque como medida de desarrollo social y económico en zonas de posconflicto.

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En el marco de la formulación de la Estrategia Integral de Control de la Deforestación y Gestión de los Bosques de Colombia, los días 4, 5 y 6 de julio se llevó a cabo el Taller Nacional Indígena de Salvaguardas en la ciudad de Bogotá. 

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El Programa Nacional ONU-REDD de la Dirección Nacional de Cambio Climático del Ministerio de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sustentable de Argentina (MAyDS) culminó el pasado mes de junio una serie de cinco talleres regionales realizados en el marco de la construcción de su Estrategia Nacional. 


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Ha Noi, 7 August 2017 – A high-level forum on realising economic opportunities from sustainable management of natural forests was held by the Viet Nam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Central Economics Committee, and the United Nations with the support from the UN-REDD Programme and other partners including the Viet Nam Private Sector Forum. The Forum was attended by representatives from the Government ministries, business associations, enterprises, financial institutions, international organizations, and forest owners. High-level figures included Mr. Cao Duc Phat, member of the Party’s Central Committee and Standing Vice-Chairman of the Central Economics Committee, Mr. Kamal Malhotra, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Viet Nam, Ms. Siren Gjerme Eriksen, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, and Mr. Erik Solheim, UN Environment Executive Director.

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Formation des techniciens pour la mise en œuvre de l’Inventaire Forestier National de la RDC

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Technical REDD+ workshop organized jointly by FCPF and FAO, 3-4 April.

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The Green Climate Fund is transferring its first REDD+ disbursement to help Ecuador reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect its forests

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The UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea of the Republic of Italy signed a Third Party Cost-Sharing Agreement today, to undertake a range of climate change and REDD+ forest-related joint and coordinated activities at the global, regional and national level. Read more.

Forest communities in Sri Lanka and Cambodia benefit from the CBR+ initiative with tangible benefits for people and forests. Cambodia's Trapeaing Kbal Kmoch Community Forest awarded first prize for effective Community Forestry Management by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

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