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Three Rights Holders Group (G3)

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  • Growing Forest Partnerships meeting beneath the trees in Burkina Faso (Photo: Duncan Macqueen/IIED)

    Growing Forest Partnerships Initiative

    This initiative aimed to build up and support forest stakeholder networks at local, national and international levels. The project is now completed.

    12 September 2013 | Project | Forests
  • Logs from a community-managed forest in Ethiopia.

    Rio+20: Forests form important foundation for a green economy

    The potential role of the forest sector in emerging bio-economies is immense. Vietnam has spotted the potential and is driving the sustainable management and expansion of its forests.

    26 June 2012 | Blog | Forests
  • A community forest in Ethiopia.Credit: Growing Forest Partnerships

    Local control of forests brings economic, environmental and social gains

    Governments and businesses must give local people more control over forests to maximise social, economic and environmental benefits, says a new book by IIED and the G3 — a global network whose members manage a quarter of the world’s forests.

    13 June 2012 | News | Forests
  • Local voice, global forest, local forest, global voice

    Who had heard of G3 eighteen months ago? Nobody, because it didn’t exist.Yet an alliance known as The Three Rights Holders Group has had a strong presence at COP 16 in Cancun, manning an information booth and participating in various panels.The group’s message was a simple one, advocating for sustainable forest management and locally controlled forestry as a vital component in any realistic strategy going forward to address climate change mitigation and adaptation.So who is this group and where has it come from?

    17 January 2011 | Blog | Forests
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