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FOREST PRACTICE NEWSLETTER
Marisela and her son plant a new tree in a forested area of their family farm as part of a reforestation programme in the municipality of Calamar, Guaviare Department, Colombia. © Luis Barreto / WWF-UK

Indigenous Peoples' contributions to national climate plans

Drawing on the perspectives of Indigenous organizations, NGOs, UN agencies and researchers, WWF's new policy brief outlines recommendations for more effective and full participation of Indigenous Peoples' and local communities in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). 
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White tailed eagle. (c) Boris Bobchinevskiy / WWF-Russia
INNOVATION

Technology to save birds' habitat

A new interactive public map developed by WWF identifies rare species' habitat to help timber companies more effectively protect valuable forests and biodiversity habitats in Russia.
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Fabiola Ramos Hernández – Nayé – Medicinal soaps and ointments made of native species of plants and flowers. © Antonio Hernández Ramos / WWF-México
RESTORATION

Zapotec stewards of the forest

Inspired by generations of Zapotec knowledge and traditions, 13 community conservation enterprises in Oaxaca, Mexico are restoring forests and watersheds, while improving their livelihoods. 
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Dzame Shehi and a friend collect firewood from the local forest for cooking. Dzombo village. Kwale, Kenya. © Greg Armfield / WWF-UK
NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS

A blueprint for high-quality interventions

In the wake of increased pledges for forests, WWF has released new guidance on implementing high-impact and high-quality nature-based solutions for climate mitigation.
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VIEWPOINTS
The Forest Entrepreneurs Indigenous Peoples Project in Peru. © Daniel Martínez / WWF-Peru
DAMIAN FLEMING  I  DEPUTY LEAD, WWF FOREST PRACTICE

Time for action on forests

COP26 in Glasgow kicked off with a flurry of commitments to end deforestation and ecosystem conversion, and increase financing for forests. It's time to put those words into action.
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Young boy in traditional dug-out canoe, near Bensbach tourist lodge, silhouetted as sun sets over the Bensbach River. Western Province, Papua New Guinea. © Brent Stirton / Getty Images / WWF
YOLANDA TERAN  I  RED DE LAS MUJERES INDIGENAS POR LA BIOVERSIDAD
DELFIN GANAPIN  I  LEAD, WWF GOVERNANCE PRACTICE

‘Pachamama’ needs all of us to step up and step in sync with the world’s Indigenous peoples

Indigenous knowledge and 'territories of life' not only have a critical role to play in helping the world tackle climate breakdown and nature loss but also offer a blueprint for resetting humanity’s relationship with nature.
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(c) Trillion Trees
FRAN PRICE  |  LEAD, WWF GLOBAL FOREST PRACTICE
JOHN LOTSPEICH  I  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  I  TRILLION TREES

Five ideas for unlocking and improving finance for forests

It’s time to look beyond current models of forest financing to unlock the resources urgently needed to accelerate forest conservation at scale.
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