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December 27, 2012

Logging concessions and local livelihoods in Cameroon

Sustainable forest management gives the opportunity to better integrate the way local populations use thei

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Adaptation, Forests and REDD+; REDD-Net Asia-Pacific Bulletin #6:

Natural disaster management and agriculture tend to dominate discus

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Dec. 19, 2012

EBRD Invests in Renewable Energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina

With a single investment in renewable energy, the EBRD is helping Bosnian pulp and paper producer Natron Hayat generate electricity and save money while also cutting its carbon emissions and reducing the environmental impact of the waste it pr

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Dec 20, 2012

UPM and Taaleritehdas Have Agreed to Trade 6,000 Acres of Forestry

UPM and Taaleritehdas have agreed today 20.12.2012 around 6000 hectares of forestry trade. The farms are located in Central Finland in the following towns: Pyhäntä, Utajärvi, Kiuruvesi and Converter.

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20 December 2012

Government of UK: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+)

The world’s total forest area is just over 4 billion hectares, or 31% of total land area.

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Dec 20, 2012

Mobile Devices for Community-Based REDD+ Monitoring: A Case Study for Central Vietnam

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2 Nov 2012

Sustainable forestry à la Sweden

Could the “Swedish model” of sustainable forest management be part of the solution for forestry in other parts of the world? This is the final question posed in the video above, which was first presented by Sweden at the Rio+20 conference last June.

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20 Nov 2012

Series of REDD+ District-Level Consultative Workshops Continues in Pakistan

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December 10th, 2012

Community guidelines for accessing forestry voluntary carbon markets

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
Bangkok 2012

The real drivers of deforestation and forest degradation

The actual causes of deforestation -- above all, the already unsustainable demand agricultural products in the North -- were considered a far lower priority in Doha than carbon market-related accounting. Nonetheless, some governments, especially those of the UK and Norway, paid at least lip service to them.


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by Dr. Radut