UNEP releases report on intergrating REDD+ into Green Economy Approaches

An investment of US $30 billion per year, which is under 7% of the US $480 billion paid in annual global fossil fuel subsidies, in the REDD+ forest conservation initiative can accelerate the global transition to green and sustainable growth and ensure the long-term well being of tens of millions in developing countries– stated the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) of a new report they released today.

The report also outlines how integrating REDD+ programs into a Green Economy approach can conserve and even boost the economic and social benefits forests provide to human society.

Read a summary of the UNEP report here.

Obtain a copy of the report: Building Natural Capital: How REDD+ Can Support a Green Economy

 

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