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Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
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CIFOR's envisions a more equitable world where forestry and landscapes enhance the environment and well-being for all.
CIFOR's envisions a more equitable world where forestry and landscapes enhance the environment and well-being for all.

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As the world gears up for action on climate change and sustainable development, CIFOR research showed how putting landscapes, forests and people at the fore can promote integrated action with better outcomes for human well-being, equity and the…

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Saat Anda makan malam dengan pasangan. Anda berdua memesan ‘tangkapan nelayan’ spesial: udang sebagai menu pembuka dan sepotong steak. Mungkin Anda tidak tahu, namun masifnya jejak karbon menu itu ternyata sangat mengejutkan. Jika daging dan hidangan laut…

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Land-use change represents more than 60 percent of Brazil’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and the Amazon accounts for 65.2 percent of that amount, according to government figures, although those numbers are sometimes contested. Much of the deforestation…

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This paper analyzes environmental reliance, poverty, and climate vulnerability among more than 7,300 households in forest adjacent communities in 24 developing countries. The data are from the detailed, quarterly income recording done by the Poverty…

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Negara tropis ternyata menyimpan gambut tiga kali lebih banyak dari yang sebelumnya diduga. Hasil penelitan terbaru ini memberi peluang sekaligus tantangan baru dalam mengatasi perubahan iklim. Temuan terbaru dari Pusat Penelitian Kehutanan Internasional…

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Nepal is a country of vast extremes, from lowlands and forested plains to mountain ranges, and, of course, the iconic Mount Everest. With land altitude varying from as low as 70 meters to more than 8,800 meters above sea level, this small landlocked…

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Over the past half-century, more than 1,300 indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon have obtained title to more than 12 million hectares of land—about 17 percent of the country’s forest area. The gains have come through a series of regulatory…

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This dissertation examines the performance of REDD+ MRV in terms of its implementation and institutionalization in developing countries, and the political processes by which such institutionalization occurs. Specifically, it examines (1) the institutional…

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The new Paris Agreement, approved by 195 countries under the auspice of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), calls for limiting global warming to “well below” 2°Celsius. An important part of the climate agreement relates to…

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This paper investigates the adoption of discourses on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) across different national contexts. It draws on institutional theories to develop and test a number of hypotheses on the role of…
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