Why do many community-based forestry enterprises (CBFEs) perform poorly even after years of donor and government investment? This was one of the questions that motivated a USAID Productive Landscape (ProLand) project investigation into CBFEs as a strategy for improving land management.
The Rainforest Alliance is implementing the USAID-supported Alliance for Sustainable Landscapes and Markets project in the states of Campeche, Chiapas, Oaxaca, and Quintana Roo, Mexico. This alliance involves groups of producers, nonprofit organizations, public institutions, enterprises, and consumers in taking actions towards a better future where people and nature thrive in harmony.
USAID/Mexico supported an assessment of the energy and greenhouse gas emission benefits associated with pilot projects designed to reduce emissions in Mexico. The online CLEER Tool calculated clean energy benefits for these pilots, providing an easy way to estimate and track current and future energy benefits and emissions reductions from a wide range of clean energy activities.