In this paper we take a critical look at...
In May 2016, the Government of Lao PDR enacted...
REDD+ & Post-Conflict
A briefing for the Oslo REDD-Exchange
Arthur Blundell, Emily Harwell, Kerstin Canby - Natural Capital Advisors, Forest Trends
Since the first commitments for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) were announced in Bali in 2007, more than half of all participating countries have experienced violent conflict involving organized, armed groups. If properly designed, REDD+ programs can strengthen peace and security as much as they can mitigate climate change, improve environmental management, and support local communities. But to be effective, REDD+ must address challenges unique to countries attempting to recover from conflict.
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