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USAID LEAF Final Report

USAID LEAF Final Report

USAID LEAF Final Report

12 April 2016

Over a five-year implementation period from 2011-2016, the USAID LEAF program delivered significant results against its overall objective of strengthening the capacity of target countries to achieve meaningful and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from the forestry-land use sector. 

Climate Change Curriculum Development Brochure

Climate Change Curriculum Development Brochure

Climate Change Curriculum Development Brochure

19 February 2016

To support a future cadre of climate change professionals in the region, USAID LEAF developed and launched a regional climate change curriculum. The curriculum was created by USAID LEAF in close collaboration with 14 universities from six countries, as well as experts from the US Forest Service and from several American universities.

Universities in Asia-Pacific Implement Innovative Climate Change Curriculum

Universities in Asia-Pacific Implement Innovative Climate Change Curriculum

Universities in Asia-Pacific Implement Innovative Climate Change Curriculum

09 September 2015

In 2012, USAID LEAF and the U.S. Forest Service convened a group of 12 leading professors from eight universities in Southeast Asia to identify climate change topics that would benefit from improved university-level teaching materials.

Innovative Climate Change Curriculum Impacts Students and Professors

Innovative Climate Change Curriculum Impacts Students and Professors

Innovative Climate Change Curriculum Impacts Students and Professors

08 September 2015

Over the past three years, USAID LEAF, the U.S. Forest Service, and nearly 120 professors from six countries across Asia-Pacific have been engaged in a collaborative process of developing a new climate change curriculum. Through multiple regional workshops and with input from professors from three U.S.

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