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REDD Information
International negotiations
Status of deforestation
REDD basics
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Reference list
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  • U.S. Agency of International Development

    USAID, along with the U.S. Department of State, spends approximately $90 million annually to reduce deforestation, increase sequestration, and enhance sustainable forest management.

  • U.S. Forest Service

    USFS has developed research-based adaptation strategies, carbon sequestration models and a body of collaborative resource management practices applied in more than fifty countries around the world.

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    EPA is helping developing countries build national inventory management systems and offers two sets of tools, consistent with UNFCCC reporting guidelines.

  • NASA, Land Cover and Land Use Change (LCLUC) program

    NASA is conducting Land Cover and Land Use Change Program (LCLUC) to further scientific understanding of the consequences of it, and Global Land Survey (GLS) which is a joint program with USGS. It provides satellite data helpful for monitoring of forest change.

  • USGS, Earth Explorer

    The international science team at the USGS' Earth Resources Observation and Science Center (EROS) has cooperative projects with developing countries, using satellite based data to monitor the changes to land cover features.

International Organization

International Convention


    REDD information sharing web platform of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change website. Parties, relevant organizations and stakeholders are encouraged to submit information relating to REDD+ to this web platform.

  • UNFCCC Country Specific Information

    REDD information sharing web platform of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change website. Country Specific Information can be obtained here.




    The website of Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories in IPCC. It provides guidelines and good practice guidance for methodologies for how developing countries estimate and monitor emission reductions from deforestation and forest degradation and changes in forest carbon stocks.

  • FAO, Global Forest Resource Assesment

    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and its member countries and partners will conduct a global remote sensing survey of forests. This is part of the Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010 (FRA 2010).

International Research institute

Policy and Technology

  • Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

    One of 15 centres within the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) specialized in conservation and problems of deforestation. It releases various publications about REDD and REDD+.

Research institute


  • Amazon Environmental Research Institute(IPAM)

    One of the major non-profit and non-governmental organization in Amazon area in Brasil. It conducts research and deploys sustainable development and conservation of the forest.

  • The Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC)

    United States-based non-profit research group which focuses on envrionmental sciences, education, public policy. It implements statistical survey on tropical forest destruction.


Policy and Technology

  • Conservation International

    Nonprofit international organization which seeks to ensure health of humanity by protecting Earth's ecosystem and biodiversity. It provides infromation about REDD and REDD+ and tools such as OSIRIS.

  • WINROCK Environmental Service

    Nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. It publishes various reports related to REDD and REDD+.


  • Indigenous Peoples and Reducing Emissions from Deforestation & Degradation

    Website discussing the problems and challenges in the relation between indegenous people and REDD(+). It provides various articles on REDD and REDD+ from the perspective of indegenous people.

  • International Institute for Sustainable Development

    Independent non-profit and non-governmental research organization in the area of sustainable development which focuses on improving the sustainability of the world. It provides agreat deal of reports on REDD and REDD+ on their website.

  • Global Canopy

    The Global Canopy Programme is an alliance of 37 scientific institutions in 19 countries, which lead the world in forest canopy research, education and conservation. It publishes A Little REDD Book which is a guide to UN negotiation on REDD.

  • The Nature Conservancy

    The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. It provides various information and discussion on REDD.

  • Environement Defence Fund

    United States-based nonprofit environmental group. The group is known for its work on issues including global warming, ecosystem restoration, oceans, and human health. Its work often advocates market-based solutions to environmental problems.

  • Ecosystem Marketplace

    The Ecosystem Marketplace, a project of Forest Trends, is a leading source of news, data, and analytics on markets and payments for ecosystem services.

  • Friends of the Earch Japan

    International NGO which deal with environmental problems at the global level and member of Friends of the Earth International which has 2 million supporter worldwide. It provides detailed explanation about REDD on their website.

Global Partnership



    COMIFAC is the international council for technical guidance, coordination, harmonization and decision-making in conservation and sustainable management of forest and savannah ecosystems in Central Africa. It consists of 10 member countries.

  • Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, World Bank

    Global partnership focusing on REDD+ funded by world bank. The FCPF assists tropical and subtropical forest countries develop the systems and policies for REDD+ and provides them with performance-based payments for emission reductions.

  • Coalition of Rainforest Nations

    Intergovernmental organization established in May 2005 to response to the various problems on tropical rain forest and conduct collaborational activities for the problems. The members are 32 countries. It proposed the concept of REDD.


  • Monitoring Matters Network

    The Monitoring Matters Network is an international network of researchers and practitioners working to monitoring of natural resources, livelihoods and governance. It provides various publications related to REDD+.


    A coordinated international effort working to provide ongoing space-based and in-situ observations of forests and other vegetation cover. It provides forum for users of satelite data, forest datasets, data processing methods, etc.

  • GOFC-GOLD, European Space Agency, and Friedrich Schiller University in Jena

    Global partnership among GOFC-GOLD, Department of Earth Observation and European Space Agency. It published a REDD sourcebook of methods and procedures for monitoring, measuring, and reporting.