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We know there's no shortage to the amount of news covering the events in Copenhagen. To give you the Asia-Pacific perspective, Covering Copenhagen...
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According to an article in the Guardian yesterday, we are all in disarray, here in Copenhagen. This certainly comes as news to me. There is no...
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In the Asia-Pacific region, experiences with a small number of REDD pilot projects are demonstrating troubling trends: consent of local and...
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Registration to the conference for non-government delegates opened at 12:00 yesterday, after the opening ceremony had been safely negotiated. I...
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Papua New Guinea plays a central role in the ongoing saga of REDD. As a founding member of the Coalition for Rainforest Nations and the instigator,...
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A certain apocalyptic Hollywood blockbuster doing the rounds at cinemas worldwide promises, once again, to scare us out of our wits with the threat...
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About 450 million people live in and around Asia-Pacific forests. They hold a vital stake in the success of REDD. To ensure that local people work...
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"You can see the political momentum building almost daily, " said UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon in a recent statement expressing his optimism for...
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With COP 15 just seventeen days away, disappointment is slowly sinking in as it becomes clear that there will be no legally binding agreement coming...