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Forest Tenure

Responsible forest governance and forest tenure security are crucial in helping to reduce deforestation, combat climate change, and sustain the planet.

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In first for Indonesia, government recognizes Indigenous Papuans’ ancestral forests

1 December 2022

The Indonesian government has for the first time relinquished state forest into the custody of Indigenous communities in the eastern region of Papua

Rice farmers in north Thailand complain of pollution from nearby coal plant

There is not enough land to meet many of the world’s climate pledges, says new study

1 November 2022

Carbon removal plans relying on land do not add up, says a new report

Communities look forward to reviving and commercialising private forests in Nepal

17 September 2022

Most of the land where the private forests were located was sold. This then resulted in different issues as wood became scarce along with other forest resources.


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Governance of forests and its impact on the persistence and re-emergence of forest patches: An archetype approach

1 July 2022

Studies in forestry have predominantly focused on the degradation of forests, with significant policy attention across the global and national levels. Despite reported increases in deforestation in tropical forests (Wimberly et al. 2022) , there is scattered evidence of forest resurgence around the…

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3rd Mekong Regional Land Forum 2021

3rd Mekong Regional Land Forum

26 May 2021

   Home       Agenda       Speakers      Voices       REGISTER!        State of Land in the Mekong Region        Land tenure in Mekong forest landscapes: advancing the recognition of customary rights and responsible investment practices Online  26-27 May 2021 Recent global disruptions…