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Voices from the Heart of the Forest: Indigenous People and Civil Society Speak About REDD+

Local communities are among a forest’s most important stewards. For indigenous and forest-dependent peoples, these ecosystems mean food, livelihoods and, sometimes, a path out of poverty. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation, known as REDD+, which provides incentives for developing countries to protect their standing forests, is one example of how countries can protect natural forests while addressing climate change. Learn how the World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility is playing a part in strengthening social inclusion to preserve natural forests and support the people that depend on them. Learn more: https://www.forestcarbonpartnership.org/

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jose luis

- Sep 2, 2021
BUENO

MOHAMMAD

- Jan 25, 2021
Great!

Anvar

- Mar 24, 2020
Interesting!

Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Dec 17, 2019
Indigenous People and Civil Society Speak About REDD+

Andradiet I.J

- Nov 24, 2019
need to socialize the role of REDD+ in saving the forest which eventually saving the world, and the REDD's program itself, in order to make the program happens

Monir

- Apr 6, 2019
Great project, with full respect

Arifin

- Apr 2, 2019
Sangat luar biasa

Jafar

- Mar 18, 2019
Luar biasa

Ki

- Jul 3, 2018
Great!

Yatin

- Jun 4, 2018
Interesting...
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