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Recognising community rights: The potential and challenges of forest tenure reform

Climate change: Lessons from ASEAN – REDD+ policy development and implementation

Watch video The Southeast Asian region has 283.2 million ha of forests, which cover 33.4% of the region’s total area. The region is diverse in terms of forest area and forest resources management histories, and economic and political conditions. The region contains populations who depend on forest resources and are vulnerable to climate change. They share common cultural…

Equitable development: Improving livelihood benefits for smallholders in the forestry value chain

Watch video The session featured presentations focusing on the following aspects of research along the value chain: silviculture (Indonesia, Laos and Vietnam) social aspects of community-based forestry (Indonesia) plantation productivity and sustainability (China, Indonesia and the Mekong countries) markets for timber and non-timber products (Indonesia and Nepal) value chains and policy research for furniture production…