What’s with 350?: 350 is the red line for human beings, and the most important number on the planet.
The 9 Step Plan: 350’s guide to organizing for climate action in 9 steps.
International Climate Negotiations
International Climate Negotiations Process: Check out this great fact sheet from 350.org on the International Climate Negotiations Process
REDD for Dummies: The Environmental Defense Fund has created this useful 2-page summary of REDD, the proposed UN framework for addressing deforestation and climate change
Source to Sink: Reducing Commodity Agriculture’s Impacts on Natural Lands
Tropical Forests and Climate Change
Tropical Forests after Copenhagen: Although the nearly 200 countries participating in the December 2009 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiations in Copenhagen failed to agree on a legally binding treaty to reduce global warming emissions, they did make important progress in one area: a set of policies referred to as “REDD plus.”
Union of Concerned Scientists Fact Sheets:
Protecting Trees, Protecting Our Climate: Ten Reasons to Invest in Reducing Tropical Deforestation
Go the Union of Concerned Scientists website for more fact sheets and in-depth reports.
Here are some how-to guides that will help you run a Forest Justice campaign on your campus or in your community: