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Que Se Espera De COP27 (Spanish)

Para mantener el aumento de temperatura dentro de 1.5°C, como se detalla en el Acuerdo de Paris, y prevenir los peores impactos del cambio climático, el mundo tendrá que alcanzar cero emisiones netas de carbono para mediados de este siglo. El equipp de la Coalición de Países con Bosques Tropicales brindó una actualización de lo que se espera para los bosque en la COP 27 de Egipto.

Las presentaciones estuvieron a cargo de:

Emilio Sempris. Director para América Latina y el Caribe.

Eduardo Reyes Asesor International.

Milena Niño. Experta en Inventarios de Gases de Efecto Invernadero y REDD+.

#AcuerdoDeParis #Bosques # REDD+ # COP27
#Egipto
...

CfRN Intro Video

For REDD+ results, this new regime implies that the forest sector should be part of a country’s NDC, and then any steps or progress in reducing emissions towards the NDC goal may create REDD+ results that are eligible for results-based payments or even for cooperative approaches under Article 6.2. The RRR+ project takes into consideration this new regime and reinforces capacity building on ensuring consistency of REDD+ results with NDC MRV, with the goal of establishing consistent reporting to the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement.

The RRR+ project is supporting countries to prepare and refine their single National GHGI database, as well as develop a FREL/FRL and the derived REDD+ results, as appropriate. The RRR+ project is also helping countries in the technical assessment of the FREL/FRL and the technical analysis of the REDD+ Technical Annex as part of the UNFCCC process, in full respect of all COP and CMA related decisions.
...

Support The Coalition for Rainforest Nations

Support the Coalition for Rainforest Nations and help save the world's forests. Donate today. ...

Coalition for Rainforest Nations, Gala "Rainforest Night at Gotham"

Coalition for Rainforest Nations hosted Rainforest Night at Gotham during Climate Week in New York City. ...

The Coalition for Rainforest Nations Reporting for REDD+ Results Project Overview

For REDD+ results, this new regime implies that the forest sector should be part of a country’s NDC, and then any steps or progress in reducing emissions towards the NDC goal may create REDD+ results that are eligible for results-based payments or even for cooperative approaches under Article 6.2. The RRR+ project takes into consideration this new regime and reinforces capacity building on ensuring consistency of REDD+ results with NDC MRV, with the goal of establishing consistent reporting to the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement.

The RRR+ project is supporting countries to prepare and refine their single National GHGI database, as well as develop a FREL/FRL and the derived REDD+ results, as appropriate. The RRR+ project is also helping countries in the technical assessment of the FREL/FRL and the technical analysis of the REDD+ Technical Annex as part of the UNFCCC process, in full respect of all COP and CMA related decisions.
...

Coalition for Rainforest Nations - Land Use Assessment Application

The CfRN Land Use Assessment app help rainforest countries monitor and report their greenhouse gas emissions ...

Gabon: REDD+ Sovereign Carbon Credits

Minister Lee White of Gabon announces the release of the country's REDD+ sovereign credits ...

Gabon: Transitioning To A Sustainable Economy

Minister Lee White discusses Gabon transitioning to a sustainable economy ...

Gabon: Sovereign Carbon Credits & Use of Proceeds

Minister Lee White of Gabon discussed the use of carbon credits and the use of the sale proceeds ...

The Importance of REDD+ To The Rainforest of Honduras

Malcolm Stufkens, Vice Minister of Environment for Honduras, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+. mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance Of REDD+ to Dominican Republic's Rainforest

Nathalie Flores, Director of Climate Change for Dominican Republic, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+. mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance of REDD+ TO Panama's Rainforest

Emilio Sempris, Former Minister of Environment for Panama, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+. mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance Of REDD+ to Liberia's Rainforest

Professor Wilson Tarpeh, Executive Director and CEO for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for Liberia, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+ mechanism is key to its existence. ...

The Importance Of REDD+ to Democratic Republic of Congo's Rainforest

Ambassador Tosi Mpanu-Mpanu, Senior Negotiator, Democratic Republic of Congo, Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+ mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance of REDD+ to Gabon's Rainforest

Tanguay Gahouma, Special Advisor to the President of the Gabonese Republic, and Permanent Secretary of the National Climate Council discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+ Mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance of REDD+ to Papua New Guinea's Rainforests

Eunice Dus, Senior REDD+ Officer, Office of Climate Change & Development for Papua New Guinea ...

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+)

Help the globe meet the 1.5 degree goal of the Paris Agreement. Join Redd.plus today ...

How To Finance An End To Global Deforestation

With the help of REDD+ Paris Agreement-compliant carbon credits, developed country governments, corporations, and citizens can now achieve ambitious carbon neutral goals at a scale unimaginable until recently. And in the next few years, our countries will bring a multi-gigaton pipeline of carbon reductions online. That is the reduction equivalent of the amount of carbon that Germany emits every year. More importantly, the scale of the emission reductions gives the world a real chance to tackle the climate emergency by aligning to a 1.5°C temperature pathway by 2030. ...

Climate Trust Fund

Each carbon credit or REDD+ Results Unit is issued by the national government to prevent leakage, eliminate double counting and seamlessly integrate into global carbon accounting.

REDD+ Result Units™ are only made available after conservation efforts have been successful and independently reviewed by the UNFCCC.

REDD+ Result Units™ are registered on the UNFCCC REDD+ Information Hub , and we retire them upon sale.
...

REDD+ Results Units

Help the globe meet the 1.5 degree goal of the Paris Agreement. Join Redd.plus today ...

We Need Financing to Save Our Rainforests

Project Director for Coalition for Rainforest Nations, Federica Bietta, discusses the importance of financing to save the world's rainforests ...

What Does Paris Agreement Article 6 Mean For Rainforest Nations

...

Are We On Track To Meet The 1.5 Degree Goal Of The Paris Agreement?

Thelma Krug, Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Senior Technical Expert for Coalition for Rainforest Nations (CfRN) speaks, following the release of the IPCC's latest report on climate change, this time about mitigation measures.

The IPCC defines Climate Change Mitigation as a human intervention to reduce the sources or enhance the sinks of greenhouse gases. In this webinar, we will discuss:

Are we on track to meet the 1.5 degree goal of the Paris Agreement?

What can be done to mitigate climate Change?
...

Alarm From 2022 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report

The newly released report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC) addresses two key issues on battling the Climate Crisis:
Adaptation, or the process of adjustment to actual or expected climate and
its effects, and Mitigation, or the human intervention to reduce the sources
or enhance the sinks of greenhouse gasses. This video will focus on the Earth’s adaptation to the impacts of Climate Change.
Many natural systems, including some rainforests, are near
reaching limits to adjust to this threat. As global warming increases, extreme
climate related events such as droughts, heat waves and fires affect forests
and may limit their ability to regenerate. However, it isn’t too late for forests
to adapt to climate change. Opportunities exist for rainforest countries
to develop new forest restoration policies and continue to slow, stop, and
reverse global deforestation.

Hear Thelma Krug, Vice Chair of the IPCC and
Senior Technical Expert for CfRN, discuss the latest climate science report
and what measures can be implemented to improve the capacity of our
forests to adapt to climate change.

Thelma Krug is a former researcher at the Earth Observation Coordination
at the National Institute for Space Research in Brazil, under the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication (MCTIC). She was elected Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
(IPCC) (October 2015 – October 2022), after having been co-chair of the IPCC Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories from 2002 until
2015. For more than 15 years she represented Brazil in the negotiations at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
...

What You Need To Know About The Science Of Our Climate Emergency

Where do emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) stand today? What is their trend? What is causing their annual increase and implications of their growth? ...

The Science Behind The Paris Agreement

Senior Technical Expert for the Coalition for Rainforest Nations and Vice Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) discusses the potential future of greenhouse gas emissions, the models that assess the physical science of climate and the scenarios behind those models and how they relate to the Paris Agreement temperature limit

Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

Everything You Need To Know About The Creation Of The Paris Agreement

The process of climate change negotiations and the milestones leading up the Paris Agreement (UNFCCC, Kyoto, Copenhagen)

Senior Policy Expert for the Coalition of Rainforest Nations and Associate Professor of International Environmental Law at the Catholic University of Lille


Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

Everything You Need To Know About The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Learn how is it structured and organized, what is it responsible for, who produces the reports, and the process of it all

Speaker: Thelma Krug -- Senior Expert for Coalition for Rainforest Nations, Vice Chair of the IPCC
Interviewer: Michael Mitchell - Senior Project Manager for Coalition for Rainforest Nations
...

What you need to know about the open issues at COP26 and the critical steps to a conference success

Senior Policy Expert for the Coalition of Rainforest Nations and Associate Professor of International Environmental Law at the Catholic University of Lille describes the major topics that will be discussed at COP26. Remaining policies to be agreed to ensure full implementation of the Paris Agreement. What needs to be done to save the earth's forests. The Coalition for Rainforest Nations seeks to create sound and long-lasting opportunities for environmental sustainability, social and economic advancement, strengthened capacity and international market reform in a manner that enhances tropical forest stewardship, biodiversity conservation and global climate stability by reversing the destruction of tropical rainforests. We originated the global conservation mechanism – Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+) to stop deforestation. REDD+ was successfully mandated in the Paris Climate Agreement (2015), and covers 90% of the world’s tropical rainforests forests. Boasting a voluntary membership of over 50 rainforest nations, we provide a single voice to countries that didn’t cause the climate emergency but nevertheless feel the brunt of it daily.

Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

The Pros And Cons Of The Paris Agreement

The main elements of the new international treaty to guide the climate crisis for the next decades, the key definitions and terminology in the text, and the new climate regime is shaped. Senior Policy Expert for the Coalition of Rainforest Nations and Associate Professor of International Environmental Law at the Catholic University of Lille

Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

The Role of Climate Induced Mobility on Gender Inequalities in Africa Panel COP27

...

Reflections on COP27 and What the Results Mean for Rainforests

...

The Role of Forests - What to Expect at COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

International Climate Policy Expert, Leonardo Massai and Vice Chair for the IPCC, Thelma Krug explain what you need to know about the most important climate conference of 2022. ...

Establishment of a national observation system for natural and forest resources for Gabon (SNORNF)

Since 2019, as part of the implementation of the CAFI program (Central African Forest Initiative), AGEOS has been working on setting up an observation system for Gabon's natural and forest resources. This presentation will give an overview of the different objectives of this system, the expected results and the ongoing achievements. ...

REDD+ And Article 6.4, A Message To Egypt For COP27

Emilio Sempris, former Minister of Environment for Panama, provides his vision for Article 6.4 of the Paris Agreement at COP27 in Egypt ...

Was COP 26 a success for rainforests?

Learn the importance of Rainforests and why they need to be leading the discussions on climate negotiations ...

What the country of Belize is doing to save their rainforest

During COP26 in Glasgow, Minister of Environment and members of the Sustainable Forest Management Program for Belize discuss their progress on monitoring deforestation in the country and how they intend to seek funding for their efforts on saving the rainforest. ...

Que Se Espera De COP27 (Spanish)

Para mantener el aumento de temperatura dentro de 1.5°C, como se detalla en el Acuerdo de Paris, y prevenir los peores impactos del cambio climático, el mundo tendrá que alcanzar cero emisiones netas de carbono para mediados de este siglo. El equipp de la Coalición de Países con Bosques Tropicales brindó una actualización de lo que se espera para los bosque en la COP 27 de Egipto.

Las presentaciones estuvieron a cargo de:

Emilio Sempris. Director para América Latina y el Caribe.

Eduardo Reyes Asesor International.

Milena Niño. Experta en Inventarios de Gases de Efecto Invernadero y REDD+.

#AcuerdoDeParis #Bosques # REDD+ # COP27
#Egipto
...

CfRN Intro Video

For REDD+ results, this new regime implies that the forest sector should be part of a country’s NDC, and then any steps or progress in reducing emissions towards the NDC goal may create REDD+ results that are eligible for results-based payments or even for cooperative approaches under Article 6.2. The RRR+ project takes into consideration this new regime and reinforces capacity building on ensuring consistency of REDD+ results with NDC MRV, with the goal of establishing consistent reporting to the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement.

The RRR+ project is supporting countries to prepare and refine their single National GHGI database, as well as develop a FREL/FRL and the derived REDD+ results, as appropriate. The RRR+ project is also helping countries in the technical assessment of the FREL/FRL and the technical analysis of the REDD+ Technical Annex as part of the UNFCCC process, in full respect of all COP and CMA related decisions.
...

Support The Coalition for Rainforest Nations

Support the Coalition for Rainforest Nations and help save the world's forests. Donate today. ...

Coalition for Rainforest Nations, Gala "Rainforest Night at Gotham"

Coalition for Rainforest Nations hosted Rainforest Night at Gotham during Climate Week in New York City. ...

The Coalition for Rainforest Nations Reporting for REDD+ Results Project Overview

For REDD+ results, this new regime implies that the forest sector should be part of a country’s NDC, and then any steps or progress in reducing emissions towards the NDC goal may create REDD+ results that are eligible for results-based payments or even for cooperative approaches under Article 6.2. The RRR+ project takes into consideration this new regime and reinforces capacity building on ensuring consistency of REDD+ results with NDC MRV, with the goal of establishing consistent reporting to the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement.

The RRR+ project is supporting countries to prepare and refine their single National GHGI database, as well as develop a FREL/FRL and the derived REDD+ results, as appropriate. The RRR+ project is also helping countries in the technical assessment of the FREL/FRL and the technical analysis of the REDD+ Technical Annex as part of the UNFCCC process, in full respect of all COP and CMA related decisions.
...

Coalition for Rainforest Nations - Land Use Assessment Application

The CfRN Land Use Assessment app help rainforest countries monitor and report their greenhouse gas emissions ...

Gabon: REDD+ Sovereign Carbon Credits

Minister Lee White of Gabon announces the release of the country's REDD+ sovereign credits ...

Gabon: Transitioning To A Sustainable Economy

Minister Lee White discusses Gabon transitioning to a sustainable economy ...

Gabon: Sovereign Carbon Credits & Use of Proceeds

Minister Lee White of Gabon discussed the use of carbon credits and the use of the sale proceeds ...

The Importance of REDD+ To The Rainforest of Honduras

Malcolm Stufkens, Vice Minister of Environment for Honduras, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+. mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance Of REDD+ to Dominican Republic's Rainforest

Nathalie Flores, Director of Climate Change for Dominican Republic, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+. mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance of REDD+ TO Panama's Rainforest

Emilio Sempris, Former Minister of Environment for Panama, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+. mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance Of REDD+ to Liberia's Rainforest

Professor Wilson Tarpeh, Executive Director and CEO for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for Liberia, discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+ mechanism is key to its existence. ...

The Importance Of REDD+ to Democratic Republic of Congo's Rainforest

Ambassador Tosi Mpanu-Mpanu, Senior Negotiator, Democratic Republic of Congo, Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+ mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance of REDD+ to Gabon's Rainforest

Tanguay Gahouma, Special Advisor to the President of the Gabonese Republic, and Permanent Secretary of the National Climate Council discusses the uniqueness and importance of the country's rainforest and how the REDD+ Mechanism is key to its existence ...

The Importance of REDD+ to Papua New Guinea's Rainforests

Eunice Dus, Senior REDD+ Officer, Office of Climate Change & Development for Papua New Guinea ...

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+)

Help the globe meet the 1.5 degree goal of the Paris Agreement. Join Redd.plus today ...

How To Finance An End To Global Deforestation

With the help of REDD+ Paris Agreement-compliant carbon credits, developed country governments, corporations, and citizens can now achieve ambitious carbon neutral goals at a scale unimaginable until recently. And in the next few years, our countries will bring a multi-gigaton pipeline of carbon reductions online. That is the reduction equivalent of the amount of carbon that Germany emits every year. More importantly, the scale of the emission reductions gives the world a real chance to tackle the climate emergency by aligning to a 1.5°C temperature pathway by 2030. ...

Climate Trust Fund

Each carbon credit or REDD+ Results Unit is issued by the national government to prevent leakage, eliminate double counting and seamlessly integrate into global carbon accounting.

REDD+ Result Units™ are only made available after conservation efforts have been successful and independently reviewed by the UNFCCC.

REDD+ Result Units™ are registered on the UNFCCC REDD+ Information Hub , and we retire them upon sale.
...

REDD+ Results Units

Help the globe meet the 1.5 degree goal of the Paris Agreement. Join Redd.plus today ...

We Need Financing to Save Our Rainforests

Project Director for Coalition for Rainforest Nations, Federica Bietta, discusses the importance of financing to save the world's rainforests ...

What Does Paris Agreement Article 6 Mean For Rainforest Nations

...

Are We On Track To Meet The 1.5 Degree Goal Of The Paris Agreement?

Thelma Krug, Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Senior Technical Expert for Coalition for Rainforest Nations (CfRN) speaks, following the release of the IPCC's latest report on climate change, this time about mitigation measures.

The IPCC defines Climate Change Mitigation as a human intervention to reduce the sources or enhance the sinks of greenhouse gases. In this webinar, we will discuss:

Are we on track to meet the 1.5 degree goal of the Paris Agreement?

What can be done to mitigate climate Change?
...

Alarm From 2022 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report

The newly released report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC) addresses two key issues on battling the Climate Crisis:
Adaptation, or the process of adjustment to actual or expected climate and
its effects, and Mitigation, or the human intervention to reduce the sources
or enhance the sinks of greenhouse gasses. This video will focus on the Earth’s adaptation to the impacts of Climate Change.
Many natural systems, including some rainforests, are near
reaching limits to adjust to this threat. As global warming increases, extreme
climate related events such as droughts, heat waves and fires affect forests
and may limit their ability to regenerate. However, it isn’t too late for forests
to adapt to climate change. Opportunities exist for rainforest countries
to develop new forest restoration policies and continue to slow, stop, and
reverse global deforestation.

Hear Thelma Krug, Vice Chair of the IPCC and
Senior Technical Expert for CfRN, discuss the latest climate science report
and what measures can be implemented to improve the capacity of our
forests to adapt to climate change.

Thelma Krug is a former researcher at the Earth Observation Coordination
at the National Institute for Space Research in Brazil, under the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication (MCTIC). She was elected Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
(IPCC) (October 2015 – October 2022), after having been co-chair of the IPCC Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories from 2002 until
2015. For more than 15 years she represented Brazil in the negotiations at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
...

What You Need To Know About The Science Of Our Climate Emergency

Where do emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) stand today? What is their trend? What is causing their annual increase and implications of their growth? ...

The Science Behind The Paris Agreement

Senior Technical Expert for the Coalition for Rainforest Nations and Vice Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) discusses the potential future of greenhouse gas emissions, the models that assess the physical science of climate and the scenarios behind those models and how they relate to the Paris Agreement temperature limit

Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

Everything You Need To Know About The Creation Of The Paris Agreement

The process of climate change negotiations and the milestones leading up the Paris Agreement (UNFCCC, Kyoto, Copenhagen)

Senior Policy Expert for the Coalition of Rainforest Nations and Associate Professor of International Environmental Law at the Catholic University of Lille


Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

Everything You Need To Know About The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Learn how is it structured and organized, what is it responsible for, who produces the reports, and the process of it all

Speaker: Thelma Krug -- Senior Expert for Coalition for Rainforest Nations, Vice Chair of the IPCC
Interviewer: Michael Mitchell - Senior Project Manager for Coalition for Rainforest Nations
...

What you need to know about the open issues at COP26 and the critical steps to a conference success

Senior Policy Expert for the Coalition of Rainforest Nations and Associate Professor of International Environmental Law at the Catholic University of Lille describes the major topics that will be discussed at COP26. Remaining policies to be agreed to ensure full implementation of the Paris Agreement. What needs to be done to save the earth's forests. The Coalition for Rainforest Nations seeks to create sound and long-lasting opportunities for environmental sustainability, social and economic advancement, strengthened capacity and international market reform in a manner that enhances tropical forest stewardship, biodiversity conservation and global climate stability by reversing the destruction of tropical rainforests. We originated the global conservation mechanism – Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+) to stop deforestation. REDD+ was successfully mandated in the Paris Climate Agreement (2015), and covers 90% of the world’s tropical rainforests forests. Boasting a voluntary membership of over 50 rainforest nations, we provide a single voice to countries that didn’t cause the climate emergency but nevertheless feel the brunt of it daily.

Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

The Pros And Cons Of The Paris Agreement

The main elements of the new international treaty to guide the climate crisis for the next decades, the key definitions and terminology in the text, and the new climate regime is shaped. Senior Policy Expert for the Coalition of Rainforest Nations and Associate Professor of International Environmental Law at the Catholic University of Lille

Visit Coalition for Rainforest Nations website: https://www.rainforestcoalition.com
Donate to support: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/donate/#donatedonate
News from Coalition Rainforest Nations: https://www.rainforestcoalition.org/news/
Offset your carbon emissions and support a rainforest country: https://www.redd.plus/
...

The Role of Climate Induced Mobility on Gender Inequalities in Africa Panel COP27

...

Reflections on COP27 and What the Results Mean for Rainforests

...

The Role of Forests - What to Expect at COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

International Climate Policy Expert, Leonardo Massai and Vice Chair for the IPCC, Thelma Krug explain what you need to know about the most important climate conference of 2022. ...

Establishment of a national observation system for natural and forest resources for Gabon (SNORNF)

Since 2019, as part of the implementation of the CAFI program (Central African Forest Initiative), AGEOS has been working on setting up an observation system for Gabon's natural and forest resources. This presentation will give an overview of the different objectives of this system, the expected results and the ongoing achievements. ...

REDD+ And Article 6.4, A Message To Egypt For COP27

Emilio Sempris, former Minister of Environment for Panama, provides his vision for Article 6.4 of the Paris Agreement at COP27 in Egypt ...

Was COP 26 a success for rainforests?

Learn the importance of Rainforests and why they need to be leading the discussions on climate negotiations ...

What the country of Belize is doing to save their rainforest

During COP26 in Glasgow, Minister of Environment and members of the Sustainable Forest Management Program for Belize discuss their progress on monitoring deforestation in the country and how they intend to seek funding for their efforts on saving the rainforest. ...

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