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Aug 24 2012

Brazil Perfects Monitoring of Amazon Carbon Emissions

A new system to calculate the amount of greenhouse gases generated by deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon jungle region has come at a good time for assessing the effects of the reform of the country’s forest code.

The new satellite system optimises government monitoring of forests.

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23 August, 2012

Indigenous Peoples and the Green Climate Fund

On the occasion of the first Board meeting of the Green Climate Fund (GCF), Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) and Jaringan Orang Asal Se-Malaysia (JOAS) are pub

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23 August, 2012

Outline of The Bilateral Offset Credit Mechanism

Purpose of the BOCM:

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August 7, 2012

First Meeting of the Green Climate Fund Board

When: Aug 23 - 25, 2012

Where: Geneva, Switzerland

Organized By: Green Climate Fund

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August 7, 2012

Regaining Momentum: Priority Tasks for the Green Climate Fund at its First Board Meeting

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is to become the primary multilateral channel for large-scale financing for adaptation and mitigation action in developing countries.

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April, 2012

Financing options to support REDD+ activities

This report has been prepared for the DG “Climate Action” of the European Commission.

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13 August 2012

Ghana: Eight Million for Reducing Deforestation in Ghana

There are indications that the country could be benefitting from an eight million Cedi (GHC8 million) monetary support from the Embassy of Switzerland for the implementation of anti-deforestation initiatives in Ghana.

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Aug 10, 2012

Growing benefits from forest carbon projects

Corporate responsibility managers should take a look at forest carbon offset projects to maximize return on investment in climate, biodiversity, and community benefits

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3 July 2012

Calls for halt of World Bank's climate initiatives

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June 27, 2012

REDD+ a “game changer” in the move towards a global green economy, says Norwegian Minister

Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation schemes, or REDD+, could be the “game changer” that enables forest-rich countries to meet sustainable development goals and work toward a greener economy, said the Norwegian Minster for Environment at a recent CIFOR event.


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