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This journal article discusses the importance of empowering grassroots community to facilitate the sharing of climate change and REDD+ related information,...
REDD+ scheme is primarily aimed at national governments and local forest managers to reduce emissions by conserving forests; at the same time, increasing...
This case study by RECOFTC appears in a new FAO publication 'Governing Tenure Rights to Commons: A guide to support the implementation of the Voluntary...
The Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) approach, which is still in its nascent stages of development, is rapidly gaining attention as a more appropriate way to...
Based on empirical case studies in four countries in South (Nepal) and Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Myanmar and Viet Nam), this issue paper examines how REDD+ can...
The high incidence of forest conflict in Southeast Asia underscores the need for conflict-transformation tools to maximize the positive impacts and reduce...
Preliminary research findings based on two cases in Lao PDR and Thailand are shared in this working paper.
Is it possible to combine sustainable forest management and human well-being? The 2008 Asia-Pacific Forestry Week's social session explored this question, and...