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October 15, 2012

Germany Beats Fast-Start Finance Commitment But Sees Need For More Scale

Developed countries have been uneven at best in defining 

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July 30, 2012

First of Its Kind Multimillion Dollar Trust Fund Launched to Protect Guyana's Forests

The governments of Guyana and Germany along with Conservation International launch fund to protect critical ecosystems, maintain global carbon stocks and benefit local communities
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Jul 20, 2012

Clariant Launches Biofuel of the Future

Muttenz, Switzerland, Jul 20, 2012 - Clariant, the Swiss specialty chemicals company, today inaugurated Germany's biggest pilot plant for the production of climate-friendly cellulose ethanol from agricultural waste.

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July 2010 - June 2012

Forest and Climate Conservation for the private Sector

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16 December 2011

New funds to protect the climate through forest conservation

Washington – In a sign of strong support for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through forest conservation, Germany has committed an additional EUR 30 million to the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF). The German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development signed the agreement, which makes Germany the biggest donor to the Facility, with total commitments of EUR 84 million (approximately USD 110 million).

Dr. Peter Kolb discusses Sustainable Forestry, German-style

How German the sustainable forest management (SFM) system is recognized by the US - spend the time to watch - and have a lough!

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Aug 9, 2011

Preserving the cloud forest through Ethiopian-German partnership

A multifaceted project to preserve one of the last of Ethiopia's native forests has been underway for the past four years with the support of Germany's International Climate Initiative and NABU, the Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union. The project focuses on reforestation, job creation in the region and the introduction of sustainable forest management practices. The area was officially named a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve earlier this year.

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21 Jun 2011

Norway, Germany give $90 mln to slow deforestation

OSLO, June 21 (Reuters) - Norway and Germany announced aid of more than $90 million on Tuesday for World Bank programmes to help slow tropical deforestation that is blamed for stoking climate change.

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22 June 2011

President Jagdeo and German President focus on global efforts to combat climate change

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9 June 2011

Germany's Withdrawal of Funding Threatens Plan to Save Ecuador Forest



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