About 10 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
Video Q&A - Mar 2016International Day of Forests 2016: What’s the state of the world’s forests?
A conversation series with the Directors General of CIFOR and ICRAF: Part 1
News - Feb 2016Coastal blue carbon from planted mangroves holds promise
Mangrove plantations in the Mekong Delta store just as much carbon as ones that regenerate naturally, research suggests.
News - Jan 2016PFES and REDD+ in Vietnam – A two-pronged approach to forest conservation
In Vietnam, plans to develop REDD+ must go beyond the country's Payments for Forest Environmental Services (PFES) program.
Event Coverage - Jan 2015Voices of REDD+: In Vietnam, payments alone can’t turn tide of deforestation
“Quite early on in the project we decided that the economics didn’t really add up.”
Analysis - Oct 2014Forest transition spurs policy shifts in Vietnam
Vietnam’s natural forests—and the quality of its forests overall—are still in decline.
With microfinancing, Vietnam’s rural people emerge as champions of reforestation
Aggressive forest regeneration campaign plays a key role in the rise of rural household economies.
Paying farmers to protect forest watersheds in Vietnam & China: The long-term prognosis
Making sure payments for ecosystem services promote the link between ecological stewardship and human well-being.
News - Jan 2013BEST OF 2012: Mangrove conservation grapples against development
Local fishermen will be trained in aquatic resource management, but is conservation what the community needs?
News - Sep 2012Locals need land titles before development funds can ease rural poverty in Vietnam
In Vietnam, ecosystem payments are often unevenly distributed, resulting in the dominance of the local elite.
Interview - May 2012Equitable benefit sharing and better monitoring needed for REDD+ success in Vietnam
Vietnam is the first country in Asia that has legalized Payment for Environmental Services, but they still have a long way to go.