Implications of the REDD negotiations for forest restoration
March, 2010. Miles, L.. Briefing. v2. UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge. 9 pages
This briefing provides an update on negotiations under the climate change convention on REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation), and their relevance to forest restoration. It has been prepared as part of the REFORLAN project, European Community Sixth Framework Programme contract number 032132. REFORLAN has carried out research on dry forest restoration in Mexico, Chile and Argentina. Hence this briefing has a particular focus on these countries. The REDD concept has now expanded to REDD+, encompassing also ‘conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks’. What opportunities does this open for carbon-focused forest restoration efforts? This briefing is not a UN-REDD publication.
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Keywords: b. International Policy, c. National Policy & Legislation, g. REDD+ Strategies & Options, Other Publications, Argentina, Chile, forest restoration, Mexico, REDD