Welcome to the IDRECCO website!
Through this website you can:
- Read about the methods used to build the IDRECCO database, the data sources we used to identify and gather data on REDD+ projects and programs, publications that has used or cited this database, and the many people and institutions that has helped make this database happen.
- Browse REDD+ projects/programs by country or using a world map
- Look at statistics of countries with REDD+ projects/programs related to deforestation, GDP per capita, CO2 Emissions, participation in global REDD+ programs, and governance indicators
- Download information we compiled on REDD+ projects and programs, after registration/login.
ID-RECCO is a collaborative work tool: all users are invited to contribute to the improvement of data reliability and data availability. To report an error, mention a new project or provide additional information on a project, please contact us.
Note that the information provided in this database is indicative. This is because we compile information from publicly available information in English. It is therefore possible that there is missing information (e.g., information in languages other than English) or the information available is inaccurate or out of date. Please verify the information found in our database using other sources.
Several REDD+ jurisdictional programs have been included in ID-RECCO based on the collaboration between CIFOR, Earth Innovation Institute and the Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force (Link: https://earthinnovation.org/programs/state-of-jurisdictional-sustainability/)
Please cite this database as: Simonet G., Agrawal A., Atmadja, S., Bénédet F., Cromberg M., de Perthuis C., Haggard D., Jansen N., Karsenty A., Liang W., Morel, A., Newton P., Sales A-M, Satwika, A., Schaap B., Seyller C., Silviana, V., Vaillant G., (2020) ID-RECCO, International Database on REDD+ projects and programs: Linking Economics, Carbon and Communities. version 4.0. http://www.reddprojectsdatabase.org