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Viet Nam’s Sub-Technical Working Group on Safeguards met today in Hanoi to review progress on the development of two key products needed to meet international REDD+ safeguards requirements: the Safeguard Information System (SIS) and first Summary of Information (SOI).

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In this learning session, Mr. Mauro Assis, from INPE-Brazil, will explain how to plan a LiDAR collecting data campaign and use the collected point clouds to estimate forest biomass.

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Through the UN-REDD Programme, the UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) has conducted in February 2018 the first of two capacity-building sessions that involves colleagues from several Liberian institutions, as a contribution to meeting national needs in relation to REDD+ national strategy finalization and implementation.

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Forest biomass, productivity and carbon cycling along a rainfall gradient in West Africa.

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Science and gender equality are both crucial to a country’s development and essential to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. FAO offices across the world are taking active measures to encourage female applicants and to recruit women, and REDD+ is no exception. There are many women working in various scientific areas related to REDD+, continuously contributing to reducing emission from deforestation and forest degradation in countries around the world and eventually mitigating climate change. On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11 February, we talked to Naila Yasmin, a remote sensing and GIS analyst from Pakistan, working in the REDD+/National Forest Monitoring Team of the Forestry Department at FAO headquarters in Rome.

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When talking about deforestation in Brazil we often focus on the Amazon. But not everyone knows that just on the Amazonian border lies its often forgotten neighbour — the second largest biome in South America — the Cerrado. This overlooked giant represents more than 20% of Brazil's land area, more than 2 million square kilometers in total. Can't quite grasp its size yet? It is the size of Greenland.

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A journey across Mongolia brings to life the mitigation potential of the country's vast boreal forests.

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Mongolia learns more about the mitigation potential of its forests.

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After 18 months of implementation, Sri Lanka CBR+ recently produced a brief documenting lessons from the eight pilot projects.

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A series of regional consultations on the process of identifying Policies and Measures (PAMs) in preparation of a REDD+ Bangladesh National Strategy or Action Plan (NS/AP) took place in Rangamati, Chittagong, Cox’s bazar, Tangail, Khulna, Dinajpur, Noakhali, and Moulvibazar districts of Bangladesh from December 2017 – January 2018.

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Upcoming conference at FAO HQ, 20-22 February, organised by the Collaborative Partnership on Forests.

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