Declarations

  • 2016, The Montpellier Declaration,  “Europe’s central role in advancing sustainable palm oil” (Montpellier Declaration)
  • 2015, The Honolulu Declaration, “Cultural and biological restoration of Kaho‘olawe Island Reserve, Hawaii” (HONOLULU_DECLARATION)
  • 2015, The Phnom Penh Declaration, “Importance of environmental and social impact assessments prior to infrastructure development in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest and other Cambodian biodiversity hotspots” (PhnomPenh_Declaration)
  • 2014, The Cairns Declaration in Support of Stronger Protection of the Great Barrier Reef (CAIRNS_DECLARATION)
  • 2013, The San José Declaration, Costa Rica, “Urgent need to maintain the integrity of Costa Rica’s designated protected areas” (SAN_JOSE_DECLARATION_ENSAN_JOSE_DECLARATION_SPANISH)
  • 2013, The Aceh Declaration, Indonesia, “The Crucial Importance of Aceh’s Forests” (ACEH_DECLARATION_ENACEH_DECLARATION_BAHASA)
  • 2012, The Bonito Declaration, Brazil, “Urgent Need for Continued Improvement in Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development in Brazil” (BONITO_DECLARATION_ENBONITO_DECLARACAO_BR)
  • 2010, The Bali Declaration, Indonesia, “Unequivocal Support for Recent Forest-Conservation Initiatives in Indonesia” (BALI_DECLARATION)
  • 2009, The Marburg Declaration, Germany, “The Urgent Need to Maximize Biodiversity Conservation in Forest Carbon-Trading” (MARBURG_DECLARATION)
  • 2008, The Brownsberg Declaration, Suriname, “Declaration to Establish Permanent Protected Status and Preservation Guidelines for Brownsberg, Nassau and Lely Mountains in Suriname” (BROWNSBERG_DECLARATION)
  • 2007, The Morelia Declaration, Mexico, “Protection of Threatened Tropical Dry-Forests in Jalisco, Mexico” (MORELIA_DECLARATION)
  • 2006, The Kunming Declaration, China, “The Critical Need for Forest Conservation and Strategic Research in Tropical Asia” (KUNMING_DECLARATION)
  • 2005, The Uberlândia Declaration, Brazil, “The Critical Need to Slow the Pace of Amazon Deforestation” (UBERLANDIA_DECLARATION)