The Reporting Geospatial Data for Sustainable Landscapes Activities Supplemental Guidance for Standard Indicator EG.13-8, offers additional guidance for partners designing, implementing, or reporting on Sustainable Landscapes activities, or any activity with a land-based emission reduction result.
Cocoa certification may not be doing its job. The expansion of the international cocoa industry across the world’s tropical regions has caused significant destruction of tropical forests, releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and destroying habitat.
This blog series features interviews with the winners of the 2020 Climatelinks Photo Contest. This photo, submitted on behalf of Peru’s USAID Pro-Bosques Activity, is available on the Climatelinks Photo Gallery.
The Feed the Future Guatemala Coffee Value Chains Project in Guatemala’s Western Highlands provides technical assistance to members of poor rural households working in the coffee value chain and horticulture.
This position is located in the Washington, DC commuting area in the Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation; Center for Environment, Energy, and Infrastructure (DDI/EEI), within the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
Cameroon is ‘Africa in miniature’ as it is home to 90% of Africa’s ecological systems. A large part of Cameroon is under the Congo basin, which holds over 15% of the world’s remaining tropical forests.