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REDD+ Reducción de las emisiones derivadas de la deforestación y la degradación de los bosques

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Serena Fortuna reflects on the linkages between REDD+, land-use and forest tenure, gender, indigenous peoples' and communities’ rights, highlighting the key role they play in achieving countries’ efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. REDD+ is about nature-based solutions and is an opportunity for developing and tropical forest...
At GLF Bonn 2019, Malgorzata Buszko-Briggs talks about FAO’s efforts, successes and opportunities to make forestry and agriculture work together to combat climate change and achieve #ZeroHunger goals. Ms Buszko-Briggs says we must take climate change personally, involve local communities, and use existing tools to accelerate climate-smart action. For example,...
Dr Foli explains the importance of the REDD+ and of satellite remote sensing to monitor changes in forest cover and combat deforestation and land degradation in Ghana, where millions of people rely on healthy forests for food and water. More on FAO and national Forest Monitoring: http://www.fao.org/redd/areas-of-work... More info on...
Jacob Amoako explains how the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations can support Ghana to improve the sustainable management of its forests through processes such as REDD+ and through capacity building and remote sensing. More on FAO and national Forest Monitoring: http://www.fao.org/redd/areas-of-work... More info on SEPAL and Open...
Alhaji Mohammed Yakubu explains the importance of the SEPAL platform and of satellite remote sensing to monitor changes in forest cover in Ghana, providing timely data so that policy-makers can intervene to combat deforestation and forest degradation. More on FAO and national Forest Monitoring: http://www.fao.org/redd/areas-of-work... More info on SEPAL and...
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