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Can REDD ever become green?

Started Dec 2, 2012 0 Replies

In relation to earlier discussions on the forum about the impacts of REDD+, I would like to bring to your attention…Continue

Forests or Agriculture?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ary Delany Oct 7, 2013. 4 Replies

This interesting blog suggests that it is not necessary to…Continue

How can multilevel governance foster sustainable development? Webinar on 20/11

Started Nov 18, 2012 0 Replies

I am going to attend GEM webinar on coming Tuesday. I think that some of you might also find it interesting (see below for more information)I hope to see you on-line,MartaThe Governance, Environment…Continue

Call for ideas: Lutfy is looking for funds for his research

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marta Dabrowska Dec 2, 2012. 1 Reply

Lufty, a GPFLR Learning Member from Indonesia, described his study on impact of REDD+ on local livelihoods…Continue


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The Netherlands
What is your organisation? / Quelle is votre organisation?
Tell something about your work (brief) / Introduction bref de votre travail..
I graduated from Forestry and Nature Conservation and Development and Rural Innovation programes at the Wageningen University, The Netherlands. Currently I focus on communication aspects in natural resource management.
What are your key interests in FLR? / Quelles sont vos intérêts principales en FLR?
Multistakeholder processes

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Seminar on Financing Forest Conservation

Posted on September 27, 2012 at 11:13am 6 Comments

Here is a short account from the seminar that I attended on 13th September 2012 entitled: Responsible Enterprise, International Cooperation and Tropical Forest Management - Are we on the right track? I think that it can be relevant for anybody who is interested in the topic of financing forest and landscape conservation.


The seminar consisted of two plenary sessions and one hour session in thematic groups.  It started with presentations of two key-note speakers who set the…


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At 12:03pm on September 8, 2016, christopher benson said…

Hello baby
My Name is Christopher Benson,I was born on 15th of April 1975,My father was originated from United State of America,and I grew up in LA.I am the only son and child of my family,i am here to find a woman in my life hope is you..?please write me mail( think i like you.
Christopher Benson.

At 2:50am on April 5, 2013, Eduardo Aguilar said…

Hi there Martha... I am most sorry for my super late reply... still having a hard time browsing in this forum (quite resourceful it is!).

As for your comment on what is analog forestry, I´d like to know why do you think it sounds mysterious? Perhaps I didn´t make myself clear... In a few words: it is about restoring biodiversity under different possible schemes; from pure conservation, to commercialization of NTFPs, to food security.

When I learn more how to interact here, I will definitely try adding more stuff... meanwhile, this page can give you a couple of hints of what I´m trying to say:



At 8:43am on December 3, 2012, Zain Noor Rahman said…

Dear Marta,

The photo was taken at Nglanggeran, an ancient volcano at Gunungkidul District,  Indonesia. A nice place for hiking and sightseeing. :-)

At 8:34pm on November 28, 2012, ERICK HUBERT MHANDO said…

thanks Martha am very glad for that and i will share different information and study case of my country and work as well

At 6:12am on November 9, 2012, Hangga Prihatmaja said…

Dear Marta...

It was taken in palm oil plantation in East Kalimantan - Indonesia when i conduct a studies related to the High Conservation Value Area.


Hangga Prihatmaja

At 5:34am on November 9, 2012, Seema Karki said…

Greetings Martha,

Thanks :) its from Times Sq. NY.

How are you doing?



At 3:26am on November 6, 2012, khairunnisa said…

thanks marta for your warm welcome..i have just attended the forest governance course conducted by Cora and im still new in this area. I will update myself with the information here and happy that this web site could help me in sharing good information to build my capacity..thanks

At 9:31am on November 5, 2012, Michelle D. Gumangan said…

Dear Marta,

Thank you for your email and apologies for my late reply..It's just now that Im taking time to scroll down and check old mails.. Yes, I am very much interested in capacity building and information sharing activities.  Prior to my current assignment, I was engaged in conducting training activities for our employees.. However, I feel that it is not enough as we cater more on our field employees which I think that the design of the training activities that we adopt are more government in approach, which is quite normal as I work with the government...very top down, so to speak...and that community partners and others like local government officials and people's organizations were not really given priority...just because no budget allocations are intended for them. True enough from what I learned from my forest governance course from other participants that there is really a lack of network and support for the community.

Not just so recent, a friend of mine who works with an NGO invited me to join the WISE Forestry School (as support staff and facilitator) which she and her group is trying to put up. With these, the aim is for rural women to have access to education and to serve as agents of forest management. The idea is to enroll courses or topics with the University of the Philippines College of Forestry and for these women to obtain their certificates or diploma. However, everything is still on the gestation stage.I I haven't had the chance to get in touch with her recently but we are supposed to meet after my Indonesia course.  And that is why I am very interested on other creative ways to do capacity building activities..not only for our national greening program, but also to my other "extra-curricular" activity..within the realm of forest governance.

P.S. I am using the Training for Transformation:A Handbook for Community Workers by A. Hope, S. Timmel and C. Hodzi as my basic reference guide. But I really like the structured learning exercises that Cora adopted in our course. She was really good in handling it and was able to explain and process the activity very well. I like those types of SLEs....makes you think, reflect on your situation, and think again...and perhaps have some realizations on what to do next.

Thanks again Marta!


At 3:14pm on November 1, 2012, Seema Karki said…

Thanks a lot for warm welcome Marta :) Am new to this network, slowly getting into it. I will upload it soon. Have a great time !

At 6:06pm on October 22, 2012, Nina M Cadiz said…

Thanks a lot, Marta!

The information you shared was helpful.

Best 8regards.



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