About 13 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
Analysis - 18 Apr 2017East Africa: An urgent need to monitor the forests
The region looks to a new observatory to help protect its remaining forests
News - 26 May 2015In the forest, women’s voices not heard: report
Gender equality requires more than inviting women to meetings.
Event Coverage - 11 Dec 2014Traditional herders face uncertain future, forum hears
“Indigenous people have a special relationship with the land and with their territory that is important for their physical and cultural survival.”
News - 10 Dec 2014REDD+ on the ground: In Tanzania, funding and enthusiasm ‘faded away’
“Norway may still continue to fund these projects, but it hasn’t sent a clear message or signal about it.”
News - 27 Nov 2013REDD+ highlights tenure problems, but does not solve them
State's need to confront their own policies to address some of the most serious tenure problems at the local level.
News - 15 Nov 2013When tenure reform for REDD+ needs a second wind
Broader, national programs for land tenure reform are needed to support tenure progress achieved through REDD+.
Podcast - 16 Oct 2013AUDIO — Quality not quantity: Wild foods give new dimension to Tanzania nutrition woes
Tree cover and forest foods support livelihoods and food security in Tanzania.
News - 30 May 2013REDD+ projects fighting an uphill battle on tenure – study
If tenure rights are not clear, then it is not clear who is responsible for reducing emissions or who can claim the benefits.
News - 23 Nov 2012Missing trade records signals threat to Mozambique’s Miombo woodlands
Lack of financial and technical support and knowledge gaps inhibit sustainable timber industry in Mozambique.