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African countries are increasingly examining the potential of carbon markets to close the significant gap in climate finance in Africa.
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The case of REDD+ in Cambodia
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Indonesia received a first disbursement of USD 46 million following the success in emissions reduction from forestry sector in the 2014 to 2016 period.
The latest experience sharing workshop organized by UNDP aimed to address just that: a south-south exchange between the governments of Cambodia and Kenya about the pioneering work that both countries are leading on nesting.
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An example of Indigenous biocultural rights in Costa Rica
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A demonstrated leader in ecosystem conservation, Costa Rica is achieving astonishing results through Results-based Payments for REDD+.
The transfer includes $3.3 million as a result of payment contracts for environmental services in Indigenous territories
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Results-Based Payments for REDD+ in Costa Rica
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The launch of the Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership during the World Leaders’ Summit (WLS) on 7 November at the UNFCCC COP 27 in Egypt set the tone for high ambition and action on forests throughout the rest of the conference and for promises beyond COP.

This year’s UN climate change conference hosted in Sharm-El-Sheikh, Egypt, featured important discussions on climate justice, climate finance and negotiations by over 200 countries on the state and future of climate action.
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