You can find information about our upcoming and past events, conferences, trainings and workshops that we organise with our partners about forests and land-use governance.


You can find information about our upcoming and past events, conferences, trainings and workshops that we organise with our partners about forests and land-use governance.


Check out the learning events on the work of the EU REDD Facility. Taking stock of our experience and achievements, we offer three webinars around the topics of land-use planning, land-use finance and jurisdictional sustainability monitoring.

Taking stock of experiences in mapping investments in land-use

This webinar provides valuable insights into the evolving field of climate finance mapping and tracking. It is a unique opportunity to learn from experts, understand global experiences, and discuss the lessons learned from mapping investments in land-use.
Ricky Martin, CIFOR

Jurisdictional sustainability monitoring – Lessons learnt from tropical countries towards legal, deforestation-free, and sustainable land use

In this webinar we explore critical insights and experiences from tropical countries regarding legal, deforestation-free, and sustainable land use. Over the past five years, the EU REDD Facility has collaborated with partners across Asia, Africa, and Latin America to explore innovative approaches and information platforms.

Participatory land-use planning – Lessons learned from bringing local actors in to build solutions

Watch our webinar on participatory land-use planning. Building off a decade of experience at the EU REDD Facility, learn how land-use planning can be made truly participatory to generate positive outcomes for local stakeholders and natural ecosystems.

Other events

Asian woman working in a field surrounded by forest.

Contemporary Forest Governance Post-Job Creation Law/Regulation in Lieu of Job Creation Law

This event will share the findings of a study carried out by Sebijak Institute and the European Forest Institute (EFI) on the potential impacts of the Job Creation Law and its implementing regulations on the forest and land-use sector in Indonesia. The study also formulated recommendations for addressing the potential negative impacts of these changes.
Smallholders who are granted permits to utilise a village forest in Riau Province plant coconut palm. The degradation of mangrove and sea level rise put the sustainability of the smallholders’ business at risk.Sebijak Institute

The dynamics of forest restoration and rehabilitation in Indonesia

Sebijak Institute and the European Forest Institute carried out a study on forest rehabilitation and restoration in Indonesia. This event aims at sharing the results of the study, including recommendations for government agencies, NGOs and the private sector to support Indonesia in achieving its climate targets.

Innovative partnerships to promote legal and sustainable forest-risk commodities

On 2 May 2022, as part of the XV World Forestry Congress, the EU REDD Facility and RECOFTC will co-host a hybrid side-event. The side-event will show how improved accessibility and transparency of information along complex commodity supply chains can help improve governance, build trust among trade partners, and support accountability. It will explore how to achieve this while ensuring that smallholders, local communities, and indigenous peoples can benefit from international trade.

Terpercaya – Finding trusted jurisdictional models of sustainable palm oil production and trade in Indonesia

The Terpercaya Initiative aims to provide trusted information on sustainability at the subnational level in Indonesia, by developing an application that will provide credible information to buyers assessing where to source products. This virtual event is being held to raise awareness of progress regarding sustainable production and trade of Indonesian palm oil, in the context of global and EU market developments and increased consumer awareness.