In focus REDD+


News - 8 May 2017
Scientists argue that REDD+, though troubled, is not dead
Analysis - 22 Sep 2014
"Wrong at so many levels that it is hard to cover them all here..."

Video Q&A - 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
News - 18 Dec 2017
Threats to Congo peat forests put people, wildlife and climate goals at risk
Experts urge fast-track response as leaders gather for Global Landscapes Forum
News - 12 Dec 2017
The cost of increasing ecosystem carbon
Vast variation across landscapes calls for targeted mitigation efforts
DG’s Column - 4 Dec 2017
Did we get it wrong? CIFOR responds to critique
Why we stand by our Infobrief on rights abuse allegations in the context of REDD+
Event Coverage - 27 Nov 2017
Planting the seeds for REDD+ payments in Indonesia
Jakarta discussion draws connections from the national level to the grassroots
Event Coverage - 20 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: Recognizing gender bias, restoring forests
As global commitments gather momentum, gender equality and rights become urgent considerations
News - 16 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: The politics of REDD+ in Mexico
Why measurement, reporting and verification is not a strictly technical task
Analysis - 10 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: What would a rights-based REDD+ look like?
Eight transformational proposals from a new literature review
News - 9 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: From Balikpapan to global climate action
A diverse group moves from local to global in the fight against deforestation and climate change
Analysis - 8 Nov 2017
COP23 Special: Can REDD+ benefit the poor?
Why the scheme’s success depends on it