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Jan 22, 2010

Study projects increased conflict and speculation in tropical forests despite Copenhagen Accord

LONDON (22 January 2010)—As environmental and political leaders struggle to determine how to move forward from the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, a new report by an international coalition of top forest organizations

POST Copenhagen: state of affairs in Mid January 2010

January 21, 2010: Copenhagen deal falters as just 20 countries of 192 sign up to declare their global warming strategies

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January 20, 2010

The PPP’s unsubstantiated attacks on Guyanese citizens at home and abroad brings discredit to our nation

Climate change has no borders. The PPP’s unsubstantiated attack on Guyanese citizens who are playing their part to address this issue at home and abroad brings discredit to our nation

Clark Labs Announces the Creation of a New Blog on REDD

Worcester, MA -  Clark Labs is pleased to announce the creation of a blog devoted to utilizing its GIS technology for REDD applications. The development of REDD projects requires robust modeling tools to address the inherent complexities of such projects. REDD initiatives and pilot projects are currently underway by many organizations at various sites, and Clark Labs continues to play a key role in areas such as training, advising and software development.  

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January 21st, 2010

The Carbon Credit Deal Between South Africa’s Nedbank and Wildlife Works


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January 21, 2010

World Bank replies to Persaud’s protest

The World Bank yesterday said that it is replying to Guyana’s protest of a map of Suriname which included Guyana’s territory as used at one of its recent meetings.
In November, the government, through Agriculture Minister Robert Persaud, filed a protest with the World Bank over a map of Suriname that included part of Guyana’s territory, which was presented at an October meeting of the participants committee of the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF).

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Dec 22, 2009

Norway launches country group to fight deforestation

OSLO — Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday he would put together a group of the world's most important rainforest countries in order to fight deforestation.

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11th January, 2010

Atlantic Rising: Liberia faces choice between deforestation and REDD

If alternatives to deforestation like REDD do not arrive soon Liberia's remaining rainforest cover is likely to go the same way as its neighbours in Cote d'Ivoire

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Jan 14th, 2010

Todd Stern: Next Few Weeks Critical for Copenhagen Accord

Over the next few weeks, leading nations will be deciding the fate of the Copenhagen Accord, the three-page climate change agreement recognized at last month’s international summit but never adopted.

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January 13, 2010

Interactive Amazon map could help protect rainforest

A new online tool for studying land-use in the Amazon could help decision makers and researchers design incentive-based approaches for managing the region’s ecosystem services.


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