In focus Peruvian Amazon

Analysis - 27 Jun 2022
Researchers find various levels of effectiveness and fairness depending on focus of PES payments and types of sanctions
News - 24 Aug 2021
Scientists weigh evidence from Brazil, Peru, Ethiopia, Indonesia

23 Sep 2020
Community-based forest monitoring effective for tracking deforestation in Peru
Government and Indigenous Peoples collaborate
News - 9 Jun 2020
New institutional arrangements in climate mitigation programs show promise in Peruvian Amazon
Bridging divide between Indigenous and government-led initiatives at sub-national level
Analysis - 6 Apr 2020
Considering context in participatory forest landscape initiatives
In participatory processes, engaging people to engage context is key to success
Interview - 26 Feb 2018
When rights to land doesn’t mean rights to resources
A closer look at indigenous tenure at the Global Landscapes Forum
Interview - 22 Feb 2018
REDD+ benefits: Men want cash, women want development
Scientist Esther Mwangi shares findings from Tanzania, Indonesia and Peru
Feature - 19 Oct 2017
Benefits do not always equal cash
In Peru, REDD+ communities recognize non-cash benefits to conservation
News - 1 Apr 2016
REDD+ and other imperfect solutions
Indigenous communities in Peru’s Amazon are trying various ways to conserve forests – while making an income from them too.