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Coalition for Rainforest Nations (CfRN)

 

  • Sustainability Report

  • CD REDD Programme
       

The CfRN functions as an intergovernmental organization, which provides a forum that seeks to facilitate consensus within the participating Coalition Nations on issues related to domestic and international frameworks for rainforest management, biodiversity conservation and climate stability.

  • CfRN Sustainability Report February 2011

  • Capacity Development for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation by the CfRN;  see also:  < Technical Assistance – Training Activities >

Collaborative Partnership on Forests (CPF)

  • CPF strategic framework for forests and climate change
      
  • GFIS


  • GFEF

The CPF is an informal, voluntary arrangement among 14 international organizations and secretariats with substantial programmes on forests (CIFOR, FAO, ITTO, IUFRO, CBD, GEF, UNCCD, UNFF, UNFCCC, UNDP, UNEP, ICRAF, WB, IUCN).

  • This strategic framework is a proposal by the CPF for a coordinated forest-sector response to climate change.
      
  • Global Forest Information Service. For more information, see also:  < General Databases >


  • The "Global Forest Expert Panels" initiative of the Collaborative Partnership on Forests  was launched in April 2007 to provide objective and independent scientific assessments of key issues in order to support more informed decision-making at the global level. The initiative is led and coordinated by the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO). The assessments are carried out by thematic Global Forest Expert Panels uniting leading scientists from around the world.
UN-REDD Programme The UN-REDD Programme is a collaborative initiative by the FAO, UNDP and UNEP.  For more information, see also:  < Demonstration Activities >
 
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