Myanmar: Role of Forests in Moving Toward Green and Sustainable Development

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Drivers of deforestation and forest degradation are typical of many tropical forested countries. Though just emerging from decades of political isolation and facing internal conflicts, the country is still with the largest remaining forest areas in SE Asia, third highest deforestation rate in the world and a huge potential for climate change mitigation through REDD+, which is the cornerstone of its NDC.

The video to present the Myanmar's REDD+ and its National Comprehensive Development.  It's especially developed to showcase at the COP23 REDD+ Side Event of the Three Countries in A/P Region, including Myanmar, Mongolia and PNG hosted by UNDP at UNDP Pavilion, Bonn Zone on 16 November 2017.

 

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