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Abstract:

Even though negotiators have not formally agreed on REDD—or its more evolved form, REDD-plus €”forest stakeholders worldwide have been working hard to €œget REDD-plus right.€ Countless hours and much energy have been devoted to project design, proposals to resolve tenure and governance issues, capacity building, land-use planning, and many other efforts to get ready for REDD-plus implementation.

The Forests Dialogue (TFD) brought together more than 275 leading forest stakeholders during 2008 in a series of international dialogues with the aim of providing climate-change negotiators with a unified voice on the development of REDD-plus. The results of those dialogues are presented in Beyond REDD: The Role of Forests in Climate Change. Subsequently, TFD hosted another series of international forest-stakeholder dialogues, this time on investment in REDD-plus (see Investing in REDD-plus: Frameworks for Financing and Implementation)

Publication Year
2 010
Author(s)
The Forest Dialogue (Yale University)
Language
English
Resource Type
ISBN
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Physical Description
5
Publisher
Forest Carbon Asia