The REDD+ Partnership serves as an interim platform for its partner countries to scale up actions and finance for initiatives to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) in developing countries.
To that effect, the Partnership aims to take immediate action, including improving the effectiveness, efficiency, transparency and coordination of REDD+ initiatives and financial instruments, to facilitate among other things knowledge transfer, capacity enhancement, mitigation actions and technology development and transfer. See REDD+ Partnership document.
This website holds information on the work of the Partnership, its aims and progress, and key documents, including the outcomes of Partnership meetings and workshops.
The REDD+ Partnership is open to all countries willing to support or undertake REDD+ actions.
The final Partnership meeting in 2013, took place at the Hotel Intercontinental in Warsaw on the 10th of November, 2013. The documents for the meeting, including the co-chairs summary are available here.
The second Partnership workshop and meeting was held in Palangkaraya, Indonesia 8-11 October, 2013. Presentations and reports are available here.
The Regional Meeting of the partnership took place in Dominican Republic on 13 and 14 August. The documents from this meeting are available here.
The REDD+ Partnership meeting and workshop took place on 15 and 16 June 2013 in Bonn, Germany. The documents are available here.
Voluntary REDD Database (VRD) UPDATE
The VRD Team is pleased to announce that the results of the 2012 Questionnaire for financing, actions, and results are now available, and can be accessed through the new voluntary REDD+ Database website: http://reddplusdatabase.org/
The new site offers the opportunity to search, summarise and visualise REDD+ financing data in a more comprehensive manner than the previous website. There are a number of new features on the site which are aimed at improving its functionality, these include new funding flow maps, diagrams, graphs and analyses for both the global and country / institution levels. The site now also has a data download feature, which enables users to access the underlying data in the database.
© REDD+ Partnership, 2014