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Forests

Timber Regulation Enforcement Exchange, Japan

Japan

June 14, Japan This TREE Asia Pacific meeting will follow the typical TREE meeting formula. Attendance is expected from all of 6 target countries: China, Japan, Korea, Viet Nam, Thailand, and Indonesia. The agenda will focus on enforcement and scientific testing.

Forests

Timber Regulation Enforcement Exchange, Slovenia

Slovenia

May 13-15, Slovenia TREE meeting for the European group. This meeting will follow the typical TREE meeting formula and include a prosecutors group.

Agriculture Communities Investments

Webinar: Aligning Deforestation-free Commitments and Capital Flows for Progress in Producer Countries: A Study On Indonesia’s Palm Oil Industry

ONLINE

April 14, 2020 | 9-10 AM EST Powerful data and insights can help unlock the capital needed for corporate deforestation-free commitments and ultimately lead to results on the ground. Join this webinar with UNEP-FI, Forest Trends’ Supply Change initiative, and leading voices from sustainable finance, where we will illustrate  how Supply Change research on palm […]

Agriculture Climate Forests

Webinar: Financing Forests with Commodity and Carbon Markets

ONLINE

February 18, 2020 at 9AM EST Register to attend here. Featuring the launch of a new report from Forest Trends’ Supply Change Initiative and Lestari Capital, and insights from Ecosystem Marketplace’s 2019 State of Voluntary Carbon Markets. Supply Change will discuss a unique approach of analyzing companies’ exposure, risk, ambition, and actions to address commodity-driven […]

Communities

COP25: Amazon Indigenous Climate Action

IFEMA - Feria de Madrid, Blue Zone, Room 5

When: Thursday, December 12, 2019, 1:15 – 2:45 pm Where: Blue Zone, Room 5 Join Forest Trends and Amazonian indigenous leaders, academics, specialized media, Peruvian government representatives, donor countries, environmentalists and UN and multilateral agencies to discuss Indigenous climate action in the Amazon. Invisible Contribution, Unilateral Compensation: The climate programs (NDC, ER-PD, ERPA) have neither […]

Communities

COP25: Excluding Indigenous Lands with Minimal Deforestation in REDD+: A Free-Rider Problem?

IFEMA, Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (Green Zone)

Please join us for two events on Thursday, December 12th at COP25. Forest Trends’ Communities and Territorial Governance Initiative is launching a research paper that questions the logic behind climate finance mechanisms for not including indigenous lands with minimal or zero deforestation. This paper also argues that indigenous forest lands also capture carbon in addition […]

Communities

COP25: Territorial Governance and Recognizing Indigenous Contributions to Climate Mitigation

IFEMA, Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (Green Zone)

Speakers: Héctor Manchi, APRI Wrayz Pérez, GTANW Segundo Tuanama, CODEPISAM Lizardo Cauper, AIDESEP Chris van Dam, Forest Trends When: Monday, December 9, 2019, 10:30-11:30 am CET Where: Indigenous Peoples Pavilion (in the Green Zone)

Climate

COP25: Forest Restoration: Climate Offense for Business

IFEMA - IETA Business Hub @ COP25

When: Mon, December 9, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM CET Where: IETA Business Hub, COP25, IFEMA – Feria de Madrid Additional event details are available here. Historic and recent evidence is clear that the time to plant trees at-scale is now. Trees are an agreed-upon, low-cost, effective, and scalable approach to mitigating the impacts […]

Climate

COP25: Launch of the State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2019 at the ICROA COP25 Workshop

IFEMA - IETA Business Hub @ COP25

When: Thursday 5th December 2019, 12pm to 1:30pm Where: IETA Business Hub, COP25, IFEMA – Feria de Madrid Contact: Antoine Diemert, ICROA Programme Director To register, click here. ICROA has embarked on a series of workshops involving market stakeholders, civil society and national governments. The aim of these events is to set out the issues, […]

Agriculture Biodiversity Climate Communities Forests Investments Water

Forest Trends’ 20th Anniversary Celebration

Anderson House - The Society of the Cincinnati, 2118 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008

For two decades, Forest Trends has pioneered the idea that creating economic value in our forests and natural ecosystems is one of the most powerful strategies for protecting them. That idea has taken us to incredible places. We incubated a fledgling movement promoting “natural infrastructure” for water and climate security in Peru that is now national policy. We’ve helped […]