The African savanna, a diverse and complex ecosystem, plays a critical role in the global carbon cycle and harbors an immense biocultural heritage.
Priscilla Carbonell has a leading role in protecting Guanacaste's natural resources as a forest firefighter and is the administrator of the Lomas Barbudal Biological Reserve, in Bagaces.
Lessons learned from the initial application of UNDP's Performance-Based Payment Policy in Costa Rica
UNDP's Performance-Based Payments (PBP) modality is a novel financial instrument that allows channeling high volumes of finance to beneficiaries marking a paradigm shift in development assistance and moving away from traditional open-ended projects.
Interview with Yanory Rojas on Indigenous women and forest governance.
When the drivers of deforestation are buried deep in the supply chain, innovative and collaborative solutions are required.
Côte d'Ivoire explores carbon markets as potential source of much needed finance to achieve its climate goals under the Paris Agreement
The workshop aimed to build the capacity of Ivorian actors to participate in carbon markets, by equipping them further and laying the groundwork for thinking about strategic choices to effectively mobilize the finance needed to achieve the country's climate goals under de Paris Agreement.
On February 24, 2023, the Government of the United Kingdom (UK) provided funding to support development, conservation, and sustainable production projects in local communities and villages in Archidona, Napo Province.
African countries are increasingly examining the potential of carbon markets to close the significant gap in climate finance in Africa.
Indonesia receives USD 46 million for its stewardship in climate action and sustainable forest management
Indonesia received a first disbursement of USD 46 million following the success in emissions reduction from forestry sector in the 2014 to 2016 period.