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In Brazil’s wild west, a state government is trying to prove that it is possible to safeguard the Amazon – and improve the lives of rural people at the same time.
As the range of some plant species shifts to higher elevations due to the climate change, biological corridors that connect protected areas will become more important for conserving natural biodiversity, according to scientists.
Official UNFCCC COP19 official side-event. Watch CIFOR scientist William Sunderlin and key experts discuss implementation challenges experienced by REDD+ sub-national initiatives and what can be done to overcome them.
A recent study of two villages in Cameroon indicates that small farmers there are not far from having the capacity to make REDD+ projects work in their communities.
Maps pinpointing greenhouse gas emissions hotspots can help improve land management in countries preparing climate change mitigation strategies, a scientist has said.