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2015 Goal 8 assessment
November 1st, 2015

Key Messages INDICATOR 1: INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC CLIMATE FINANCE FLOWING TO THE FORESTRY SECTOR IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES • Bilateral commitments of ODA to reduce forest emissions…

2015 Goal 7 assessment
November 1st, 2015

Key Messages INDICATOR 1: REFERENCES TO LAND-USE OR REDD+ IN THE NEGOTIATING TEXT • The current negotiating text (as of 1 November 2015) contains various…

2015 Goal 6 assessment
November 1st, 2015

Key Messages INDICATOR 1: ADOPTION OF QUANTIFIED AND AMBITIOUS TARGETS FOR 2030 ON FOREST CONSERVATION • The SDGs as adopted in September 2015 include a…

2017 Goal 5 assessment
November 1st, 2017

Key Messages To date, 45 private and public entities have pledged to restore over 156 million hectares of forest under the Bonn Challenge.Twenty-six parties to…

2018 Goal 10 assessment
October 2nd, 2018

Key messages Improvements in forest governance remain too slow to adequately support efforts to reduce deforestation. Forest governance is weakest in poorer countries, where institutions…

2017 Goal 6 assessment
November 1st, 2017

Key Messages Since the adoption of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, attention has been focused on establishing the frameworks for implementing…

2017 Goal 3 assessment
November 30th, 2017

Key Messages Insufficent data means it is not yet possible to assess the aggregate impacts of “other economic sectors” on deforestation.However, a number of initiatives…

2017 Goal 2 assessment
November 29th, 2017

Key Messages New data show that the number of corporate commitments to reduce deforestation driven by agricultural commodity supply chains continues to grow. Yet, their…

2017 Goal 1 assessment
November 28th, 2017

Key Messages There are no signs that tropical deforestation is slowing. Average greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from tropical deforestation between 2014 and 2016 increased by…

2017 Goal 4 assessment
November 20th, 2017

Key Messages Insufficient data means it is difficult to assess progress towards reducing deforestation driven by basic needs, such as subsistence agriculture.Of all 21 million…

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