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REDD-plus schemes in El Salvador: Low profile, friendly fancy dresses and commodification of ecosystems and territories Greenoxx Global Environmental Program – The Madre de Dios Amazon REDD Project South-South Exchange on Community Forestry and REDD+ Global Witness has published a new report on Safeguarding REDD+ Finance
RECOFTC: Forests and climate change after Durban: An Asia-Pacific perspective Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) – The Juma Sustainable Development Reserve Project: Reducing GHG Emissions from Deforestation in the State of Amazonas, Brazil The Government of France, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and the Sea – International Conference on the Major Forest Basins The German NGO Forum on Environment and Development has recently developed a policy paper on REDDplus.
RECOFTC: Linking Adaptation and Mitigation through Community Forestry: Case Studies from Asia The Forest Dialogue (TFD) – Second Dialogue on REDD Finance Mechanisms WBCSD: The Sustainable Forest Products Industry, Carbon and Climate Change. Key messages for policy-makers. Third Edition.
J. Phelps: Win–win REDD+ approaches belie carbon–biodiversity trade-offs & Biodiversity co-benefits of policies to reduce forest-carbon emissions

The Forest Dialogue (TFD) – First Dialogue on REDD Finance Mechanisms

Terrestrial Carbon Group: Terrestrial Carbon Policy Development - Innovative Approaches to Land in the Climate Change Solution
The Monitoring Matters Network: At the heart of REDD: a role for local people in monitoring forests?

Forum on Readiness for REDD – South-South collaboration workshop on practical experiences in implemeting REDD demonstration activities

The European Union announces €3.1 million to secure livelihoods in the Colombian Amazon through forest conservation
The Monitoring Matters Network: Environmental monitoring: the scale and speed of implementation varies according to the degree of peoples involvement

Tebtebba – Global Indigenous Peoples Consultation on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)

World Bank Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) – Video Talk on Climate Change and Deforestation
Institute of Green Economy: The REDD Market Should Not End Up a Subprime House of Cards: Introducing a New REDD Architecture for Environmental Integrity

Tebtebba – South East Asia Indigenous Peoples Regional Consultation on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)

World Bank Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) – Interview on the Effectiveness of Protected Areas and Deforestation
The Nature Conservancy: Establishing Efficient, Equitable, and Environmentally-sound Reference Emissions Levels for REDD+: A Stock-Flow Approach CD REDD – Understanding National Inventories for the LULUCF Sector: The Experience of Annex-I Countries Panos London – Reporting REDD - A Journalist's Guide to the Role of Forests in Combating Global Climate Change
Tebtebba reports on Climate Change, REDD+ and Indigenous People OECD – Workshop on Incentives to Capture the Biodiversity and Carbon Benefits for Reducing Deforestation Collaborative Launch – Interactive Online Course on REDD
Conservation International publication – What is needed to make REDD-plus work on the ground? Lessons learned from pilot forest carbon initiatives The Monitoring Matters Network – Local Participation in Natural Resource monitoring: A Characterization of Approaches
RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests – Publications on Forests, Climate Change and REDD+ Collaborative Training Initiative – Introductory Course on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)
The Forest Dialogue (TFD) – Publications on Investing in REDD-Plus German NGO Forum on Environment and Development – Position Paper on the REDD Mechanism
Carbon Planet – White Papers on REDD Amazonas Sustainable Foundation (FAS) – The Latin-American Forum on REDD
Global Canopy Programme (GCP) – The Little REDD Book – A guide to REDD Proposals Kyoto: Think Global, Act Local project – A Field Guide for Assessing and Monitoring Reduced Forest Degradation and Carbon Sequestration by Local Communities
Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD) – Briefing Paper for Negotiators from Developing Countries Woods Hole Research Center – Forum on Readiness for REDD
Pro Natura - Friends of the Earth Switzerland – Paper on REDD, Biodiversity, Indigenous Peoples and Local Peoples REDD-net is the hub for knowledge sharing and resources on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD+)
Keith, H., Mackey, B. and Lindenmayer, D. – Re-Evaluation of Forest Biomass Carbon Stocks and Lessons from the World's Most Carbon-Dense Forests World Land Trust/ IUCN NL: Introductory guide on REDD+ in Africa based on workshops
Locke, H., Mackey, B. – Considering the Synergies Between Protecting Forest Carbon and Biodiversity
Collaborative Modeling Initiative – Comparing REDD Mechanism Design Options with an Open Source Economic Model
Meridian Institute – Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries (REDD): An Options Assessment Report
The Nature Conservancy – An Analysis of Baseline Methodologies for REDD
The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) – Publications Related to REDD
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – Publications Related to REDD
The Forest Dialogue (TFD) – Beyond REDD: The Role of Forests in Climate Change
Winrock International – A Case Study of REDD Intervention in East Kalimantan      
Task Force on REDD and Communities – Briefing Paper on Rights, Equity, Development, Deforestation and Governance by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities      
Engel, S. and Palmer, C. – Scientific Working Paper on REDD      
Cadman, S. – Defining Forests and Forest Degradation        

 

 
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