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El Ministerio de Vivienda, Construcción y Saneamiento (MVCS) está en proceso de actualización del Plan Nacional de Saneamiento (PNS), instrumento central para la implementación de la Política Nacional de Saneamiento que articula las acciones del sector para alcanzar la cobertura universal y sostenibilidad en los servicios de agua potable y saneamiento. La brecha estimada en […]
Debates about carbon offset types and REDD+ are important, but what ultimately matters is scaling tropical forest finance fast with integrity, and making sure that forest communities are at the table. Tropical forests are a key tool for near-term emissions reductions as part of a larger strategy to meet Paris climate targets. A portfolio of […]
RT @AcctFramework: "The Accountability Framework is fully designed to be used by all actors in the supply chain." - Leah Samberg… https://t.co/aXHIbOrTFM
RT @RainforestNORW: How effective is indigenous land management? See the difference in deforestation in and outside these indigenous te… https://t.co/dXv3U43dtt
RT @ForestPeoplesP: Lean los mandatos de la Primera Cumbre de Mujeres Originarias del Cuenca Amazónica Abordan la situación de la… https://t.co/jhDeFd0Yui
RT @ClimateAdvisers: The Biden administration characterized climate-related risks as balling into 2 categories including “transition ris… https://t.co/jYbrDzwIfC
RT @Nature4Climate: Current financing and investments towards activities that reduce forest emissions and increase forest carbon seq… https://t.co/ARmRzgGvCE
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