The EU REDD Facility supports developing countries to improve land-use governance as part of their efforts to slow, halt and reverse deforestation. We contribute to the overall EU effort to reduce the impact on deforestation in developing countries. Read more
Partnership. We are finding ways for Indonesian districts and provinces to show when commodities like palm oil are produced sustainably. By defining ‘jurisdictional sustainability’ and mapping commodity supply chains, measuring sustainability becomes possible. Read more
We collaborate with national and international stakeholders in the public and private sectors and civil society organisations to contribute to local, national, European and international policy-making on land-use governance and REDD+. Read more
Action. We are conducting a study to assess options for legal and sustainable production and trade of timber from customary forests. The focus will be on integration of customary forests into Indonesia’s timber legality system. Read more
We engage with REDD+ countries in Africa and Asia – Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia, Laos, Republic of the Congo and Vietnam – and we are expanding our work in Latin America. Read more
Tool. By mapping public and private investments that affect forests, our Land-use Finance Tool offers a methodology for countries, jurisdictions and their partners to unlock finance for sustainable land use.