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Principles of Social and Environmental Soundness for REDD+ from Natural Resources Management (NRM)

Principles of Social and Environmental Soundness for REDD+ from Natural Resources Management (NRM)

Principles of Social and Environmental Soundness for REDD+ from Natural Resources Management (NRM)

05 November 2012

This presentation is from the November 2012 LEAF and USAID-funded Forest Carbon, Markets and Communities (FCMC) training workshop on Social and Environmental Soundness (SES) of REDD+.

Social and Environmental Soundness in REDD+ Programs Training Workshop: Summary Report

Social and Environmental Soundness in REDD+ Programs Training Workshop: Summary Report

Social and Environmental Soundness in REDD+ Programs Training Workshop: Summary Report

20 May 2013

A training workshop on Social and Environmental Soundness of REDD+ Programming and Implementation was conducted from November 5 to 9, 2012, at the USAID Asia Regional Training Center (ARTC) in Bangkok, Thailand.

Community Participation and Benefits in REDD+: A Review of Initial Outcomes and Lessons

Community Participation and Benefits in REDD+: A Review of Initial Outcomes and Lessons

Community Participation and Benefits in REDD+: A Review of Initial Outcomes and Lessons

10 May 2013

Abstract: The advent of initiatives to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation and enhance forest carbon stocks (REDD+) in developing countries has raised much concern regarding impacts on local communities.

Note: This is an external resource Community Participation and Benefits in REDD+: A Review of Initial Outcomes and Lessons While USAID LEAF makes every effort to verify the accuracy and validity of external links, the contents of the external Web site may not necessarily reflect the views of USAID LEAF, USAID or the United States Government.

Workshop Report: LEAF/FCPF CSOs, Local Community, Women, Ethnic Group Review of Draft Thailand R-PP

Workshop Report: LEAF/FCPF CSOs, Local Community, Women, Ethnic Group Review of Draft Thailand R-PP

20 March 2013

From March 7-8, 2013, the LEAF program jointly organized with the World Bank and Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) a dialogue which resulted in a road map for a longer-term process of engagement that will facilitate inputs from civil society to the DNP and FCPF in the coming months.

Note: This is an external resource Workshop Report: LEAF/FCPF CSOs, Local Community, Women, Ethnic Group Review of Draft Thailand R-PP While USAID LEAF makes every effort to verify the accuracy and validity of external links, the contents of the external Web site may not necessarily reflect the views of USAID LEAF, USAID or the United States Government.

Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication

Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication

24 August 2012

The Training Kit has been developed with the objective "to support the spread of 'good practice' in generating, managing, analysing and communicating community spatial information".

Note: This is an external resource Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication While USAID LEAF makes every effort to verify the accuracy and validity of external links, the contents of the external Web site may not necessarily reflect the views of USAID LEAF, USAID or the United States Government.

Mitigation and Adaptation: Managing Forest Conflicts in the context of Climate Change for the ASEAN Region

Mitigation and Adaptation: Managing Forest Conflicts in the context of Climate Change for the ASEAN Region

Mitigation and Adaptation: Managing Forest Conflicts in the context of Climate Change for the ASEAN Region

02 March 2012

Participants from the forestry and/or conflict management sectors completed a course on "Mitigation and Adaptation: Managing Forest Conflicts in the context of Climate Change for the ASEAN region." The course aimed to build the capacity to prevent and manage conflict in support of community forestry development.

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