CoDe REDD Philippines is composed of forest-based communities and civil society organizations that are involved in livelihood, conservation, and community development projects in Philippine forests and are working towards pro-community and pro-conservation REDD thru REDD plus advocacy.



Current News

UN-REDD Philippines Programme’s Statement on the Manobo Corridor Carbon Project

NEWS FLASH! The UN-REDD Philippines Programme issues this statement to clarify that it is not involved nor does it support the initiative of Carbon Central Network (CCN) called the Manobo Corridor Carbon Project. REDD Read More →

EU pleased with funded projects in Palawan

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Philippines – The European Union is pleased that EU-funded projects for forest protection here is “well-spent.” EU Ambassador Guy Ledoux said the EU is encouraged by the substantial decrease in annual deforestation rate in the province from Read More →

Philippines ahead of the game in social forestry

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei (22 June, 2011)_Ensuring community participation in the sustainable management of forests is one of the main challenges in REDD+ implementation, but the Philippines is leading the South East Asian pack with community rights already being legally Read More →

Cracking Code REDD: Filipino civil societies demystifying sustainable forestry

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei (23 June, 2011)_The Filipino organisation CoDe-REDD has been working with forest dwelling communities over the past few years to unravel some of the misconceptions surrounding REDD+ policies and project implementation. CoDe-REDD is pushing for the Read More →

FPIC Implementation in the Philippines: Were IP rights protected? Yes or No?

NEWS FLASH! CoDe REDD Philippines [1] and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit Read More →