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1: Mainstreaming Gender into Forest Policies

Publication date01 Feb 2013
PublisherRECOFTC; FAO

It has been proven time and again that integrating gender issues into forestry policies and practices by addressing women’s roles and needs...

2: REDD-Net Asia-Pacific Bulletin #5: Drivers of Deforestation and REDD+

Publication date01 Dec 2012
Editors(s)Regan Suzuki
PublisherRECOFTC; Overseas Development Institute; CATIE; Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development

What do opportunity costs mean in the context of REDD+ and what are the implications for local communities? Farmers intuitively know the...

3: REDD-Net Asia-Pacific Bulletin #6: Adaptation, Forests and REDD+

Publication date01 Dec 2012
Editors(s)Regan Suzuki
PublisherRECOFTC; Overseas Development Institute; CATIE; Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development

Natural disaster management and agriculture tend to dominate discussions on climate change adaptation. But forests matter too. In fact,...

4: Community Forestry: Responding to both Adaptation and Mitigation

Publication date01 Jul 2012
PublisherRECOFTC; REDD-net; CDKN; Regional Climate Change Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia; Raks Thai Foundation
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Many countries in the region are developing or revising their national climate chage adaptation strategies and it is critical that forest...

5: REDD-Net Asia-Pacific Bulletin #4: Gender and REDD+

Publication date01 May 2011
Editors(s)Regan Suzuki
PublisherRECOFTC; Overseas Development Institute; CATIE; Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development

International discussions on REDD+ and climate change have explicitly addressed the needs of indigenous peoples. However, to date, efforts...