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Access UN-REDD Global Gender Resources today to know more about how can climate mitigation efforts, including REDD+, benefit from greater recognition of the benefits that women’s participation, deep knowledge and contribution bring to the sector.
This video is the recording of a webinar held on 29 May 2019 on collective tenure rights to REDD+ in which concrete experiences from the ground (Peru, Nepal, and Tanzania) and perspectives from international key experts (CIFOR, McGill University, Rights and Resources Initiative, Tenure Facility, World Resources Institute, and FAO)...
Assessment of peatland management practices are needed to understand the impacts of different land use on livelihoods as well as land subsidence, greenhouse gas emissions, water quality, biodiversity and other ecosystem services. The case studies describe practices related to rewetting, paludiculture cultivation, degraded pasture restoration, forestry practices, aquaculture and fishery. Each...
Seven webinars on peatland issues including characteristics of responsible management of peatlands, paludiculture options for responsible utilization of peatlands in Indonesia; biomass from reeds for energy production in Belarus; sustainable grazing for peatlands restoration in China; why peatlands matter in regards of climate change mitigation; spatial distribution of GHG emissions...
This course progressively works through the key themes, concepts and actions of REDD+ National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS) for Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) gaining access to a suite of GFOI methods and guidance, space data resources, training materials and tools along the way. 
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