The Forest Management Bureau through the Forest Management Project conducted “Training of Trainers on Remote Sensing Application for Forest Resources Assessment in the Philippines” on July 29 -31, 2015 at the Lancaster Hotel in Mandaluyong City.
The Food and Agriculture Organization in coordination with Forest Management Bureau (FPPKMD-FGDIS) conducted the "National Forest Monitoring Information System and Capacity Building for REDD+ (Collect Earth Training-Workshop)" in accordance with the FAO-INPE project to support REDD+ readiness.
|Global Forest Goal 1||Reverse the loss of forest cover worldwide through sustainable forest management, including protection, restoration, afforestation and reforestation, and increase efforts to prevent forest degradation and contribute to the global effort of addressing climate change.|
|Global Forest Goal 2||Enhance forest-based economic, social and environmental benefits, including by improving the livelihoods of forest dependent people.|
|Global Forest Goal 3||Increase significantly the area of protected forests worldwide and other areas of sustainably managed forests, as well as the proportion of forest products from sustainably managed forests.|
|Global Forest Goal 4||Mobilize significantly increased, new and additional financial resources from all sources for the implementation of sustainable forest management and strengthen scientific and technical cooperation and partnerships.|
|Global Forest Goal 5||Promote governance frameworks to implement sustainable forest management, including through the UN Forest Instrument, and enhance the contribution of forests to the 2030 Agenda.|
|Global Forest Goal 6||Enhance cooperation, coordination, coherence and synergies on forest-related issues at all levels, including within the UN System and across Collaborative Partnership on Forests member organizations, as well as across sectors and relevant stakeholders.|
Although on voluntary basis, each member state of UNFF is responsible for the sustainable management of its forests and enforcement of its forest-related laws.
Importantly, in addition to the Government’s forest service units, all relevant stakeholders including local government units (LGU), local and indigenous communities, and non-governmental, civil society, academe, and media organizations will be involved through transparent, participatory constructive engagements, dialogues, and consultations.