The Paris Agreement highlighted a strong role for forests in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions and finding new opportunities for REDD+. This session discussed how the region can work together to support Nationally Determined Contribution commitments made under the Paris Agreement. The role of government was a particular focus, including approaches for policy, governance and regulations to sustainably manage forests. Pictured: Nur Masripatin, Director General of Climate Change Management, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia.
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