Coverage of the REDDX Geography of REDD+ Finance Report by Mongabay:

REDD+ Funds are Being Put to Work in the Right Places: Report Close to $6 billion has been pledged to conservation initiatives in ten key forest countries in Latin America, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region under REDD+, and that money is being deployed in nations and provinces with high levels of deforestation and associated carbon emissions — in other words, exactly where it’s needed most to address deforestation and forest degradation’s contribution to the climate crisis...

(August 16, 2016)


News Coverage of the REDDX Tanzania Country Report by Thomson Reuters Foundation:

Tanzania's Forest Conservation at Risk as Funds Run Out  - When the international forest conservation scheme known as REDD+ first came to Tanzania in 2008, it brought hopes of slowing deforestation and curbing climate change. But according to a recent report, funding for the programme is drying up, threatening the future of the East African country's efforts to safeguard its forests...

(April 28, 2016)


Gus Silva-Chavez, REDDX Program Manager, was recently featured on NPR's Morning Edition:

Editing The Climate Talkers: Punctuation's Effect On Earth's Fate - In Bonn, Germany, hundreds of people have gathered to work on a draft version of a major United Nations agreement to control greenhouse gas emissions that are changing the Earth's climate...

(June 1, 2015)


Capturing the success of REDD+ finance tracking in Liberia and Ghana, this news story published by the REDDX initiative's main donor, the German International Climate Initiative (IKI), highlights some of the achievements of REDDX:

Keeping Track with REDDX - Over 4 billion USD – that's how much money industrialised countries have pledged through 2018 to for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions that are released into the atmosphere when forests are cleared. The International Climate Initiative (IKI) is an important donor to national programmes for the reduction of emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) in developing and newly industrialised countries...

(November 11, 2014)