About 22 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
DG’s Column - 25 Oct 2013On Landscapes – Part 1: Why are landscapes important?
Existing land-based sectors have a poor record of seeking collaborate solutions. This needs to change.
Event Coverage - 2 Jun 2013Bonn delegates to tackle impasse over REDD+ climate change negotiations
Should there be a REDD+ governing body to organize the flow of financial support and verification processes?
Feature - 22 Feb 2013Latin America’s forests – what lies ahead in 2013?
Trends in deforestation, impacts of ranching, farming, and roads, REDD+, and community forest management.
Video - 16 Jan 2013Trouble ahead if forests and adaptation are not considered in the post Rio+20 era
The potential role of forests in climate change adaptation is yet to be properly explored.
Event Coverage - 21 Dec 2012Scientists show technical concerns no longer an obstacle to progress on REDD+
Obstacles to reaching agreement on monitoring of carbon emissions are political, not technical.
Event Coverage - 11 Dec 2012Disappointing outcome for forests in Doha, but REDD+ can still move forward
Workshops proposed to help countries better understand where and how they can afford to change practices and cut emissions.
Event Coverage - 10 Dec 2012Getting down with the ‘landscapes’ lingo at Doha: COP18 in quotes
It is time for forestry to come out of the forest and contribute more broadly.
Video - 8 Dec 2012Qatar’s mangroves: why they matter to climate change
Mangroves play a very important role in the Arab Gulf ecosystem, for both humans and for animals, especially camel herds.
Event Coverage - 7 Dec 2012Efforts to protect roadless areas pick up steam: good news for forests
Clear relationship between building roads and deforestation, but can we still have economic activity?
Event Coverage - 6 Dec 2012Living Landscapes: Summary of Forest Day 6
Speakers highlight the need to focus on the interconnections between forests and agriculture and their impacts on people and society.
Event Coverage - 5 Dec 2012Forestry research needs to cross scientific boundaries to make REDD+ ‘work’
Interdisciplinary research efforts need to focus on scope, scale and pace.