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Click on highlighted countries to see REDD+ activities

Welcome to the UNFCCC REDD+ Web Platform!

The Conference of the Parties (COP) invited Parties, relevant organizations and stakeholders to share outcomes, experiences and lessons learned from their efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD+). The REDD+ Web Platform, mandated by the COP in decision 2/CP.13, was established with the purpose of making available such information on the outcomes of activities relating to REDD+, including activities on capacity building, demonstration activities, addressing drivers of deforestation and mobilization of resources.

Since the launch of the REDD+ Web Platform after COP 13, both the COP and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) have recognized the Platform as a useful tool and have mandated additional functions to be developed.

WAYS TO ACCESS INFORMATION

The information shared on the REDD+ Web Platform can be accessed through three entry points:

  • by submitting country
  • by submitting organization
  • or by topic.

Please use the navigation provided below in order to access, browse and search the submissions.

HOW TO SUBMIT INFORMATION

Parties, relevant organizations and stakeholders are encouraged to register in order to submit information relating to reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries to the REDD+ Web Platform. Whenever uploading submissions it would be appreciated if you also added a short textual description of 2-3 sentences.

All submissions and calendar entries submitted to the REDD+ Web Platform require moderator approval before other users are to view the submitted information. Please also read the terms and conditions on use of and access to information on the REDD+ Web Platform.

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Days with REDD+ Calendar entries are highlighted in blue.
Select them to see the scheduled meetings on that day.