Korea University’s OJeong Eco-Resilience Institute (OJERI) and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) agreed to jointly develop forestry and landscape research projects and collaborate on other initiatives in an effort to promote sustainable and resilient landscape for meeting climate and sustainable development goals.. The two organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 14 June in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
AFR100, an initiative to restore 100 million hectares of land in Africa, has added the Center of International Forestry Research (CIFOR) to its list of international technical advisors.
The FLARE Secretariat is excited to host the 5th annual FLARE meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan (August 23-25, 2019). We welcome submissions from researchers, practitioners, and policymakers working in the forest and livelihoods field from our own North American backyard as well as from our colleagues around the globe.
Jakarta, 31 October 2018 – Environment ministers responsible from three peatland-rich countries in the tropics said they would work to preserve and manage peatlands sustainably in their respective nations. Representatives of Governments of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, and Republic of Indonesia met in Jakarta on Tuesday (30 October 2018) and agreed […]
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Principal Scientist Daniel Murdiyarso has been awarded the prestigious LIPI Sarwono Award from the Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI). The award recognizes public figures, scientists and experts, who have devoted themselves to advancing science in Indonesia. “Prof. Daniel Murdiyarso’s scientific work has changed the perception of decision makers regarding […]
Comprehensive REDD+ tool ID-RECCO is updated and now hosted by the Center for International Forestry Research
BOGOR, Indonesia (7 August 2018) – The innovative REDD+ monitoring tool, International Database on REDD+ Projects and Programs Linking Economic, Carbon and Communities Data (ID-RECCO), is now hosted by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR). Launched in 2013, ID-RECCO highlights 467 subnational REDD+ initiatives from around the world. It includes 110 variables, such as […]
In Indonesia, peatlands face extensive pressure from years of extensive degradation and uncontrolled fires, but efforts by the Indonesian government and others are working to reverse this trend. In 2016, the Indonesian government established the Peatlands Restoration Agency with the goal of restoring 2 million hectares of degraded peatlands by 2020. To further the discussion […]
Spanning 39 primarily first-level subnational political and administrative divisions (e.g., province, state, etc.) in 12 tropical countries, The State of Jurisdictional Sustainability is an comprehensive report which looks at early lessons learned from jurisdictional approaches. These approaches hold tremendous potential for advancing holistic solutions to a number of intersecting issues, including tropical deforestation, rural livelihoods […]
BOGOR (20 July, 2018) – Continuing their commitment to explore opportunities to restoring degraded peatlands through the paludiculture technique in Sumatra, the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and Sriwijaya University will sign a memorandum of understanding today at CIFOR’s headquarters in Bogor. “Sriwijaya University is one of the leading institutions in South Sumatra and […]
Launched in 2015 by the U.S. Forest Service and supported by Kenyan partners and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), the three-year Kenya Water Towers Climate Change Resilience Program aims to support strategic planning to strengthen and enhance the climate change adaptive capacity and resilience of Kenya’s water tower ecosystems. The program focuses specifically […]