REDD+减少毁林和森林退化所致排放

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In celebration of the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem, UNESCO, in collaboration with the UN-REDD Programme and other partners is organising the 3rd Mekong Mangrove Forum. Taking place on 1 October, the Forum will support and highlight efforts to urgently conserve existing blue carbon ecosystems and to restore degraded mangroves, while promoting scientific research in support of science-based environmental management. This year, due to restrictions, the event will take place online, hosting engaging key speeches, videos, and events, and bringing together a wealth of experts in blue carbon science and conservation. More information about the event can...
Open Foris is an innovative, open-source software that helps countries measure, monitor and report on forests and land use, paving the way for improved climate change mitigation plans and more informed land-use policies. Accurate information is crucial for the sustainable management of natural resources. In collaboration with many countries and partners, FAO, with support from UN-REDD, NICFI, BMU-IKI, Finland and other donors, developed Open Foris to meet the urgent need for systems that enable accurate, yet cost-effective monitoring, reporting and verification of forest and other land cover. Open Foris tools are helping more than 30,000 people across 180 countries collect, analyse...
A key pillar of the Paris Agreement is the Enhanced Transparency Framework which aims to raise ambitions for climate action through transparent country reporting. For forests, open and transparent data has enabled forest and climate action under REDD+ through the development of National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS). In light of the climate emergency, it is time to scale up efforts toward accurate, open and transparent forest data, to catalyse higher ambitions under REDD+ and the Paris Agreement. A multi-purpose NFMS can provide transparent, reliable, relevant, accessible and sustainable forest data as articulated in FAO’s Voluntary Guidelines for National Forest Monitoring. The...
  Date: Wednesday 23 September 2020 Time: 14:30 - 15:30 CEST Registration here Languages: French and English French version of the announcement: bit.ly/CBIT_DRC_fr    In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as in many other African countries, the reduction of emissions from deforestation and forest degradation is a major national strategic priority. Previously, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has had limited technical capacity to produce and utilize data necessary for monitoring forest cover and changes. Since then, the country has established a national forest monitoring system (NFMS) to promote sustainable forest management practices and to take informed policy decisions on reducing forest loss. The FAO elearning Academy webinar...
  Date: 13 October Time: 10 a.m. Panama City time; 11 a.m. New York time; 5 p.m. Rome time; 10 p.m. Bangkok time Please register here Link: https://fao.zoom.us/j/98867103022?from=msft (password: 377368) Language: Spanish Forests are home to 80% of the world's terrestrial species of animals, plants and insects. Today, however, this biodiversity is seriously threatened and millions of hectares of forests are lost every year. Community forest management (CFM) is one of the most promising solutions to finding a compromise between the preservation of nature and economic development. Currently, CFM is a strategic alternative that must be promoted and upscaled in order to conserve, sustainably manage and...
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