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Fast-Facts on UN-REDD

Did you know that 56 per cent of the world's tropical forests are located in UN-REDD Programme partner countries? Read more on how the Programme has grown since it was launch almost three years ago.

 

When the UN-REDD Programme was launched in September 2008, it supported nine pilot countries with initial funding from Norway of US$35 million. Three years later, the UN-REDD Programme is now working with 44 partner countries across Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin American and the Caribbean, with more than US$118 million in donor contributions from Denmark, Japan, Norway and Spain. 

Below are some more facts and figures that help show the progress of the UN-REDD Programme and its partner countries to date.

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News

Ecuador Launches its UN-REDD National Programme

Indonesia Explores the Multiple Benefits of REDD+


Voting Period Now Open for New Civil Society Representatives to the UN-REDD Policy Board

A New Look for UN-REDD.org

Fast-Facts on UN-REDD

Features & Commentary

Crossroads for the REDD+ Partnership
By: Christine Dragisic (USA) and Jorge Mario Rodríguez Zúñiga (Costa Rica)

Kenya Advances its REDD+ Readiness Roadmap
By: Patrick Van Laake

Reports & Analysis

Zambia Releases Two Studies on Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Management for REDD+

Two New Go-REDD+ Issues from UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific

Looking ahead

UNFCCC Meetings
30 August-5 September, 2012: Bangkok, Thailand

REDD+ Partnership Meeting
6-7 September, 2012: Bangkok, Thailand

IUCN World Conservation Congress
6-15 September, 2012: Jeju, Korea

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