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Mongolia discusses steps in operationalising an SIS

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Viet Nam shares a beta version of its SIS

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Myanmar stakeholders discuss national safeguards clarif ...

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  • Amanda Bradley Gender and REDD+
    15 January 2020

    The Dgroup on REDD+ and Forest Governance,hosted by FAO and supported by the UN-REDD Programme, is happy to announce its third webinar, the first for 2020.

    During the “Empowering rural and indigenous women in forest-related climate actions” webinar, experts and field practitioners will walk us through national and international experiences on gender, forestry and climate change linkages and challenges.

    Through the perspectives of the speakers and the reflections from several gender experts, the webinar aims to provide both a conceptual and practical understanding of key issues related to this crucial topic.

    You are invited to participate interactively in the webinar, by posting your questions and sharing your own views to enrich the discussion.

    Join us on 30 January 2020
    16:00 – 17:15 Rome (CET)
    10:00 – 11:15 Panama/Lima (EST)
    10:00 – 11:15 Washington DC and NY (EDT)
    18:00 – 19:15 Nairobi (EAT)

    Participation space for this webinar is limited. Please register here (docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdE2uNYaaM70SLYMalTgSWRVPsybgpoYVdI3SJ_ZzQJyLkO_w/…) to ensure your spot.

  • Amanda Bradley Tenure & REDD+
    13 January 2020

    A new paper: Importance of Indigenous Peoples’ lands for the conservation of Intact Forest Landscapes
    “We determined that at least 36% of IFLs are within Indigenous Peoples’ lands, making these areas crucial to the mitigation action needed to avoid catastrophic climate change. We also provide evidence that IFL loss rates have been considerably lower on Indigenous Peoples’ lands than on other lands, although these forests are still vulnerable to clearing and other threats.” See link:
    esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/…