On Thursday 17 December 2020, GLOBE Senegal hosted a virtual workshop to validate the diagnostic study on the framing of international commitments related to forests and the potential of REDD+ in Senegal.
GLOBE's pre-final report on the main governance challenges for the implementation of the REDD+ mechanism in DRC, including those related to conservation and gender mainstreaming and the Cancun Safeguards presented at a high-level
Communiqué issued by Participants at the end of a 2-day Workshop on Mainstreaming Natural Capital Accounting Into Nigeria’s Sustainable National Development Plans, held at Fraser Suites, Central Business
The private sector and other stakeholders in Nigeria’s REDD+ programme have lamented the absence of a strong legal backing to the country’s drive towards fully implementing the Reducing Emissions through Forest Degradation and Deforestation Progra
GLOBE's diagnostic report on the implementation of environmental economic accounting as a tool for decision-making for sustainable development in the DRC was presented at a high-level event opened by His Excellency the Mi
GLOBE Senegal made a forceful intervention led by President Ibrahima Baba SALL during the committee and plenary examination of the draft Finance Law 2021, the annual budg
Efforts towards securing Nigeria’s admission into the Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability in Africa (GDSA) received a massive boost on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, in Abuja Nigeria.
Due to the health situation related to the COVID19 pandemic, the GLOBE Legislators project ‘Legislative Actions to Advance Forest Governance through REDD+ and Natural Capital towards the implementation of Agenda 2030’, proceeded with the
The DRC, with its 1.55 million square kilometres of forests, accounts for more than half of Africa's forest resources. They are the second largest carbon sink of tropical forests in the world and therefore provide crucial services to the biosphere. After posting relatively low deforestation rates during the period 2000-2010 (the Reference Level, NERF, submitted to the UNFCCC in 2018 speaks of 0.44% for this period), the country has experienced a sharp increase in deforestation in recent years.