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New "GO-REDD+" Listserv launched in Asia-Pacific

Through GO-REDD+, the UN-REDD Programme team in Asia-Pacific will disseminate a wide range of regionally-focused information on REDD+ to assist countries in their REDD+ readiness efforts.


To kick start 2012, the UN-REDD Programme team in Asia-Pacific has launched an invitation for the new knowledge-sharing gateway “Go-REDD+”. As part of the UN-REDD Programme’s regional support to countries in the Asia-Pacific, Go-REDD+ is an electronic listserve that will distribute information, hot topic, synopses of research results and activities related to REDD+ in Asia-Pacific.

Messages will be disseminated twice a month and all messages will be archived on the Regional Activities page of the UN-REDD Programme's web-site. The first issue of GO-REDD+ was launched on 9 January 2012, exploring the topic of seeking Free, Prior and Informed Consent in REDD+ readiness and implementation efforts. For those who are interested in keeping updated on REDD+ issues, or have some interesting stories to share about REDD+ in Asia-Pacific, contact the Go-REDD+ Team at Goredd.th@undp.org.

 
In this issue

News

UN-REDD Launches Three New Publications

7 New Countries Join the UN-REDD Programme

UN-REDD Develops Multiple Benefits Mapping Toolbox

New "GO-REDD+" Listserv Launched in Asia-Pacific
Features & Commentary

DRC Launches New National Forest Monitoring System
By: Danae Maniatis, Stefano Giaccio, Bruno Guay and Inge Jonckheere


Update on REDD+ in Mongolia
By: Bunchingiv Bazartseren, Lisa Ogle and Joel Scriven
Reports & Analysis

UN-REDD and FAO Explore the Legal Dimension of REDD+ Implementation

FAO Releases New Global Deforestation Estimates
Looking ahead

UN-REDD Social and Environmental Principles and Criteria; and Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) Workshops
8 - 10 February, 2012: Geneva, Switzerland
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