Mexico and Laos are now live on the REDD Countries Database
Click on the country names for a quick overview of the state of REDD Readiness in each, or for a detailed view of their REDD policies, plans, laws, activities, statistics, activities and financing.
The most frequent request we’ve had from stakeholders since the successful launch of the database earlier this year has been to cover more countries: now information is available for Brazil, Cameroon, Laos, Mexico, Vietnam, Guyana andSri Lanka, and we’re getting straight back to work to publish a further 7 countries (Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Peru, Tanania)
The Database is a project of the Global Canopy Programme and the Forum on Readiness for REDD and has been developed in collaboration with an international team of REDD experts. Forest Carbon Asia provided the lead research for Laos and the research for Mexico was provided by Consejo Civil Mexicano Para la Silvicultura Sostenible with independent consultancy from Cecilia Simon.
We hope you find the expanded resource even more useful, and please share your knowledge to help us identify gaps and to improve the database’s by sending an email to database@theREDDdesk.org. You can also sign up to our newsletter here.