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Developing Social and Environmental Safeguards for REDD+
A guide for a bottom-up approach
Talia Manceira Bonfante, Maurício Voivodic, Luís Meneses Filho
Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) mechanisms are one of the best short term alternatives for significantly reducing green house gas emissions, thus contributing to minimize the impacts of global climate changes.
This guide describes a process for developing REDD+ socio and environmental safeguards in Brazil that is based on a broad participation of all parties involved. The discussion process included the private sector, environmental organizations, representatives of indigenous peoples and local communities, smallholders, and research institutions.
|Release Date:||December 2010|
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