Recognizing and Empowering Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities as Critical Partners in Forest Solutions to the Climate Emergency

This information brief summarizes the wide range of policy instruments and practices that have been developed by the UN-REDD Programme since 2008 to support countries with social inclusion and equity in the development and implementation of REDD+ policies and measures, with a notable focus on the

Perspectives Of Gender Inclusion In The Amazonas’ State System Of Redd+: 5 Steps For The Inclusion Of Women In Redd+ Projects
The state of Amazonas has the largest portion of the Brazilian Amazon Forest in its territory, with more than 90% of it covered with forests, and about 57.9% of them are Conservation Units and Indigenous Territories.
UNDP Asia Pacific Gender Equality Dispatch

In this issue you will find a special feature on UNDP’s decade-long experience in using innovative bottom-up approaches that has generated a wealth of country-level knowledge on how to design and implement on-the-ground solutions to strengthen women’s involvement and integrate a gender equality a

Intact forest loss 'six times worse' for climate

Intact tropical forests, free from substantial anthropogenic influence, store and sequester large amounts of atmospheric carbon but are currently neglected in international climate policy.

Report from workshop on REDD+ finance In Mexico

Report from workshop on REDD+ finance In Mexico

Contributing paper - Deforestation and Supply Chains

This contributing paper serves to address and clarify definitions and terminology for deforestation-free and zero-deforestation concepts related to commodity production and it was a joint effort by UNDP, NYDF (New York Declaration on Forests), AFi (Accountability Framework Initiative), and the Co

Information Brief on UN-REDD Gender Marker Rating System

Acknowledging the critical role of gender in REDD+, the UN-REDD Programme has been striving to systematically promote gender equality in its work since 2008.