The world’s forests are critical in the battle against climate change. Forests capture carbon pollution from power plants, vehicles, and other sources. Around the world, people in indigenous communities that depend on forests for their livelihoods want to protect their lands from destruction by outside activities. They are supported in their efforts by programs like REDD+. Implemented by the World Bank and other organizations, REDD+ understands that trees are more valuable standing than cut down. Hear community leaders tell their experiences with preserving their forests and control of their land, on our podcast series, Get REDDY. Get REDDY is an information program on REDD+ by and for Indigenous Peoples and local communities, produced by the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) of the World Bank. Featuring Indigenous Peoples and local communities working on REDD+, Get REDDY shares accessible, easily understandable information and knowledge about climate change, REDD+, and results-based climate finance to help communities in their engagement with REDD+ programs and activities.