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Another Not-DP sketchdump! I’ve hit some creative doldrums lately and been doodling to try to break through. Also featuring bloops and Metal Gear Solid :)

One-Liner Wednesday - Puppy Love

My Little Redd Dog is a fan of the dog next door, Xiba. We all know this. Earlier, the neighbor guy came out with Xiba, of course immediately after Redd and I went out. 159 more words


REDD+ A critical approach

Let us introduce to you REDD+ with a few words. REDD stands for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation. REDD gives a financial value for the carbon stored in forests, offering incentives for developing countries to reduce emissions from forested lands and invest in low-carbon paths to sustainable development. 621 more words

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Advancing the rights of local people: How REDD+ can continue to foster open and honest dialogues about natural assets to better manage forested landscapes

by Dr David Ganz, Executive Director, RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests

22 April is Earth Day! To celebrate the occasion, RECOFTC Executive Director Dr David Ganz makes the case that now more than ever we must continue to work to empower local people to effectively engage in mechanisms like REDD+ and other forms of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) to better manage their forested landscapes. 783 more words


GUEST POST: Time to Map and Monitor Pakistan's Forests at the National Scale - Transparency and Accuracy

In Pakistan, too often, forested lands are treated as “free wastelands”. Deforestation and forest degradation is occurring primarily due to institutional negligence. An eye-opening example is massive deforestation in just four months observed in National Zoo-cum Park & Botanical Garden, Bani Gala, right in the capital territory of Islamabad. 699 more words

Redd And Xiba

Our miniature pinscher, Redd, hasn’t been comfortable around other dogs since we had Angus put down. Not so much that he freaks out, he just doesn’t really acknowledge them. 510 more words


Carbon Funding to Protect Forests: A Powerful Tool, but of Limited Use

Recently carbon funding has become one of the most promising ways to slow or stop the global onslaught of deforestation. For instance, Reducing Emissions from and Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) 1,492 more words