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Issue 11: Banking on...

Photo: Village people in Oaktaya Thiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar Version)   A recent info brief published by UN Environment looks...

Issue 10: Rumours, Land-grabbing...

(Myanmar Version)   There is a children’s game, popular worldwide, often known by the politically-incorrect name of “Chinese whispers”.  A message...

Issue 9: The Forest...

Exciting times in Myanmar! In May, a new Conservation of Biodiversity and Protected Areas Law was passed, and Issue...

Issue 8: When Will...

The United Nations Framework Convention on REDD+ decided that REDD+ would be implemented in three phases.  The first phase...

Issue 7: The New...

  Photo: UN-REDD Programme Myanmar In May 2018, the Union parliament passed the “Conservation of Biodiversity and Protected Areas Law”, which...

Issue 6: Who’s selling...

In many countries, desirable social goals are often pursued using mechanisms known as “conditional cash transfer” (CCT) programmes.  For...

Issue 5: How to...

  As is well-known, fuelwood and charcoal account for over 80% of total fuel consumption in Myanmar – one of...

Issue 4: Indigenous Rights,...

  Two recent publications, both relating to Tanintharyi Region have served to highlight several important, inter-connected issues relevant to REDD+...

Issue 3: Progress on...

As discussed in Issue #1 of Myanmar REDD+ Knowledge (January 2018), Under the Warsaw Framework for REDD+, in order...

Issue 2: Myanmar submits...

A Forest Reference Emission Level (FREL) is one of the four elements of REDD+, according to the decisions of...
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