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Today an area of natural tropical forests the size of a football pitch is cleared every 6 seconds.
Without the rainforests there is no sustainable future on the planet.
Guyana leapfrogs into solar energy future with Norwegian forest payments
Guyana’s largest ever solar power projects will be financed thanks to the country’s low deforestation levels, following a landmark forest ...
Massive operation uncovers timber trafficking network
An INTERPOL-coordinated operation has recovered more than 80 truckloads of illegal timber from forests across Latin America and the Caribbean.
New Deputy Director of NICFI
On her first day as Deputy Director of NICFI, Dyveke Rogan boarded a plane to Bogotá to learn about deforestation ...
Ready for the Oslo Tropical Forest Forum
The Oslo Tropical Forest Forum (OTFF) will be held in Oslo on June 21-22, the first in-person conference since 2018 ...
US and Norway strengthen collaboration on rainforests
Rainforests was one of the top agenda items when US Climate Envoy John Kerry visited Oslo on Friday, May 6 ...
How to save rainforests with satellites? Highlights of the NICFI Satellite Data Program
Today, on the International Day of Forests, the NICFI is pleased to announce that NICFI’s Satellite Data Program is extended ...
Teaming up with Google
The NICFI Satellite Data Program and Google have joined forces to improve the monitoring of the world’s tropical forests.
Satellite imagery enables companies to act early on deforestation risks
A growing number of private sector actors are using high-resolution satellite imagery to deliver on their sustainability strategies. Among them, ...
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Financing forest-friendly cattle ranching in Colombia
The &Green Fund signs loan agreement with Colombian Hacienda San José to scale up their more sustainable business model for ...
Welcome to NICFI’s newsletter!
This first edition will take stock of the breakthroughs for tropical forests coming out of the UN climate summit in ...
Helping forest countries make sense of satellite data
Satellite data can be a key weapon in the fight against tropical deforestation, but demands high technical skills and powerful ...
Ecuador’s continued reductions in deforestation attracts new climate finance from Norway
Following continued reductions in deforestation, Norway expands its results-based payments to Ecuador and pays up to USD 24 million. 70 ...
Costa Rica and Norway team up to kick-start forest carbon market
A pioneer country in reducing deforestation, Costa Rica is rewarded up to USD 10 million for its performance to date. ...
Peru reaching key milestones in rainforest protection
Peru has stepped up efforts to reduce deforestation in the Amazon through the major international forest and climate alliance with ...
Landmark deal to protect DR Congo’s rainforests
An initiative worth up to $ 500 million to protect the world’s second largest rainforest – the Congo Basin rainforest ...