The Forests Dialogue produces and publishes a variety of documents - maintained in a comprehensive library below. The majority of TFD publications are developed through TFD’s initiative process, including the following major publication types. In the lead-up to an initiative, a foundational Scoping Paper is produced to provide context for the scoping dialogue. Background Reports that provide stakeholders with relevant location-specific content are created for each subsequent dialogue following the scoping dialogue. At the conclusion of a dialogue, the co-chairs, with help from the TFD secretariat, produce a Co-chairs’ Summary Report that captures the key perspectives, discussions, agreements, and next steps from the dialogue. At the conclusion of an initiative, the Advisory Group, co-chairs, select leaders, and the Secretariat synthesize the initiative’s conclusions into a TFD Review. Additionally, Country Reports that aggregate learnings from a number of country-specific dialogues are typically produced for initiatives that involve numerous country-level dialogues, including TFD’s REDD+ dialogues. TFD also facilitates the production of guides and policy recommendations including a guide to the TFD process, the Land Use Dialogue methodology. These are geared towards practitioners or policy makers and contain actionable steps that stakeholders can take to enact change based on learnings gathered through the TFD process.
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The Forests Dialogue (TFD) organized a two-day scoping dialogue on Food, Fuel, Fiber and Forests in Washington D.C., USA on 1-3 June 2011.
The Forests Dialogue stimulates multi-stakeholder platforms for discussion, reflection and the promotion of collaborative solutions to difficult issues facing forests and people. Since its establishment in 2000, TFD has engaged more than 2500 key stakeholders from civil society organisations, the private sector, and governments from all over the world in some
The Forests Dialogue (TFD) convened this exploratory meeting – a ‘Scoping Dialogue’ – of 26 leaders in the forest sector with an interest in the topic of genetically-modified (GM) trees, at Yale University, 10-11 November 2011.
Between October 2009 and November 2010 The Forests Dialogue (TFD) in partnershipwith IUCN, organized international REDD-readiness field dialogues in five countries including Brazil, Ghana, Guatemala, Ecuador and Cambodia. The field dialogues are part of TFD’s REDD Readiness Initiative that seeks to understand how selected countries are actively engaged in REDD-readiness activities.
This report summarizes the main outcomes of the Third Dialogue on REDD-readiness Processes organized by the Forest Dialogues (TFD) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
Locally controlled forests involve one billion people and one quarter of the world‘s forests, providing $75 - $100 billion per year in goods and services and a broad range of other economic, environmental, social, cultural and spiritual benefits.
The Forests Dialogue (TFD) held a four day multi-stakeholder Field Dialogue on Investing in Locally Controlled Forestry (ILCF) in Mombasa, Kenya from 29th November to 2nd December. This dialogue was the sixth in this Initiative, which began with a scoping dialogue in Brussels (2009), followed by three field dialogues (Panama, Nepal and Macedonia), and an investors dialogue (London).
This paper was prepared for The Forest Dialogue’s (TFD) multi-stakeholder field dialogue to be held at Mombasa, Kenya from 29 November to 2 December 2010 as part of its dialogue initiative on Investing in Locally Controlled Forestry (ILCF). In this undertaking the TFD is working in collaboration with the Growing Forest Partnerships.
The Forests Dialogue, Kemitraan, Scale Up and Forest Peoples Programme held a four day field dialogue on Free, Prior and Informed Consent in Pekanbaru, Riau Province on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia.
This document was created to provide a background on Cambodia’s history and progress related to REDD+, specifially for the participants of The Forests Dialogue REDD Readiness discussion in Siem Reap, Cambodia in November of 2010.