In focus REDD+


Event Coverage - 6 Jun 2018
New study finds little private finance in REDD+ efforts, and blended finance a way forward
Interview - 30 May 2018
Following the money – through all of its channels, steps, gaps and opportunities

News - 8 May 2018
Justice glitches and technical fixes in conservation projects
Why projects that bypass local concerns are bound to fail
Event Coverage - 2 May 2018
For REDD+ payment, countries need framework, then investment
Asia-Pacific delegates discuss REDD+ implementation challenges, experts advise on how to attract cash
Event Coverage - 26 Apr 2018
What happened at the 2018 Asia-Pacific Rainforest Summit
For existing and innovative new forest initiatives – from REDD+ to ecotourism – voices call for more momentum
News - 18 Apr 2018
In REDD+ villages, women say their wellbeing has declined
Voices on the ground call for development projects to scale up gender considerations
News - 27 Mar 2018
10 years on, tenure remains a challenge for REDD+
A closer look at results from five countries
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
News - 31 Jan 2018
Women left out of forest decisions
On the sidelines of tenure and rights in Latin America’s forests
News - 4 Jan 2018
Our best stories of 2017
A look back at the year’s highlights on Forests News
Interview - 19 Dec 2017
Why indigenous rights matter for REDD+
CIFOR analyst Stephen Leonard on the growing international role of indigenous rights for action on forests and climate