PROGREEN: The Global Partnership for Sustainable and Resilient Landscapes

Resources

PROGREEN builds on the work and lessons learned from several partnership programs on forests, biodiversity and landscapes hosted by the World Bank as well as the World Bank Group Forest Action Plan FY16-20.

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The World Bank Group Forest Action Plan FY16-20

The FAP aims to integrate the sustainable management of forests more fully into development decisions and define priorities for WBG interventions in the next five years.

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The Forest Investment Program (FIP)

The FIP provides grants and low-interest loans to help governments, communities, and business stakeholders work together to address the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation.

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The Dedicated Grant Mechanism for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (DGM)

The DGM provides grants to self-selected representatives of indigenous peoples and local communities in FIP countries to support their participation in global efforts to reduce GHGs emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.

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The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)

The FCPF assists 46 tropical and subtropical forest countries to develop REDD+ systems and policies and its FCPF Carbon Fund will deliver performance-based payments for REDD+ activities for 19 countries in order to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation and enhance forest carbon stocks in developing countries.

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The BioCarbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes (BioCF ISFL)

The BioCF ISFL provides finance for investment and technical assistance, as well as a carbon fund to purchase resultant emissions reductions in order to reduce GHG emissions from deforestation, forest degradation, and the land-use sector in developing countries (REDD+).

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The Program on Forests (PROFOR)

PROFOR supports in-depth analysis, innovative processes and knowledge-sharing and dialogue, in the belief that sound forest policy can lead to better outcomes on issues ranging from livelihoods and financing, to illegal logging, biodiversity, and climate change.