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Infographic: Protecting Natural Resources in Chiang Mai

Infographic: Protecting Natural Resources in Chiang Mai

Infographic: Protecting Natural Resources in Chiang Mai

13 November 2015

Chiang Mai province in northern Thailand is rich in natural resources. It is a top tourist destination, has several national parks, and is home to various ethnic groups who have lived off the land for years. It is also home to the Mae Sa-Kog Ma Man and Biosphere Reserve, designated in 1977 by UNESCO.

Infographic: Improving Forest and Land Use Management in Laos - Lao version

Infographic: Improving Forest and Land Use Management in Laos - Lao version

Infographic: Improving Forest and Land Use Management in Laos - Lao version

12 November 2015

Laos is endowed with rich natural resources including high value forests. Shifting cultivation, unplanned logging and land conversion for agriculture and other uses – coupled with rural poverty and a rapidly growing population – are resulting in the rapid loss of forest resources.

Infographic: Improving Forest and Land Use Management in Laos

Infographic: Improving Forest and Land Use Management in Laos

12 November 2015

Laos is endowed with rich natural resources including high value forests. Shifting cultivation, unplanned logging and land conversion for agriculture and other uses – coupled with rural poverty and a rapidly growing population – are resulting in the rapid loss of forest resources.

Measuring and Monitoring Forest Degradation in Asia: A Regional Review

Measuring and Monitoring Forest Degradation in Asia: A Regional Review

Measuring and Monitoring Forest Degradation in Asia: A Regional Review

14 October 2015

USAID LEAF and the USFS collaborated to review achievements and challenges of eight USAID projects working across Asia to implement actions for detecting, monitoring, measuring and reporting emissions from forest degradation.

Policy Brief: Drivers Affecting Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion

Policy Brief: Drivers Affecting Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion

Policy Brief: Drivers Affecting Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion

08 October 2015

As Greater Mekong Subregion countries commit to expand forest cover in their Intended National Determined Contributions (INDCs), efforts to find means by which the stated goals may be achieved will be intensified. USAID LEAF and the FAO have recently completed work on a suite of studies focusing on Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion.

Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion - Vietnam

Drivers of Forest Change in the GMS – Vietnam

Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion - Vietnam

08 October 2015

As Greater Mekong Subregion countries commit to expand forest cover in their Intended National Determined Contributions (INDCs), efforts to find means by which the stated goals may be achieved will be intensified. USAID LEAF and the FAO have recently completed work on a suite of studies focusing on Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion.

Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion - Thailand

Drivers of Forest Change in the GMS – Thailand

Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion - Thailand

08 October 2015

As Greater Mekong Subregion countries commit to expand forest cover in their Intended National Determined Contributions (INDCs), efforts to find means by which the stated goals may be achieved will be intensified. USAID LEAF and the FAO have recently completed work on a suite of studies focusing on Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion.

Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion - Myanmar

Drivers of Forest Change in the GMS – Myanmar

Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion - Myanmar

08 October 2015

As Greater Mekong Subregion countries commit to expand forest cover in their Intended National Determined Contributions (INDCs), efforts to find means by which the stated goals may be achieved will be intensified. USAID LEAF and the FAO have recently completed work on a suite of studies focusing on Drivers of Forest Change in the Greater Mekong Subregion.

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