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REDD+ Governance

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September 15, 2011

Natural Resource Governance Trainer's Manual

Governance is the keystone of sound natural resource management.

The Philippine National REDD-plus Strategy and Current Status

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Just forest governance - for REDD, for sanity

IIED code: G03145
Published: Aug 2011 - IIED 
Details: Book/Report 
Language: English  
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Dilemma: encouraging continuous improvement or endorsement greenwash?

A few weeks ago, WWF was attacked by the international NGO Global Witness in a widely publicised report Pandering to the loggers. It is a case which raises some important dilemmas about the choice that NGOs (and others) have to make between carrot and stick.
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4th August 2011

REDD+, Governance, and Community Forestry

The Forest Governance Learning Group brought together 12 experts from India, Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines, Vietnam, and the UN-REDD Programme to discuss how community forestry strengths and shortcomings can influence the further development of REDD+.

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March, 2011

Implementing REDD+: lessons from analysis of forest governance

The anticipated benefits and co-benefits of REDD+ generated considerable enthusiasm and momentum prior to the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, and the lack of agreement of a global mechanism for REDD+ at that Conference generated corresponding disappointment.

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01 July 2011

UN to monitor aid for climate change

THE United Nations says it will closely monitor all the funds it will give Zambia for climate change projects.

And the UN has given Zambia US$4.5 million for the implementation of the UN-REDD plus project.

In an interview, United Nations Development Plan (UNDP) environment finance advisor for Africa Josep Gari said corruption was undermining the country’s development.

Gari said the UN would set up an anti-corruption initiative to ensure that the funds were put to good use.

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Jul, 03 2011

Speakers demand revision of forest laws

Islamabad—Speakers on a seminar demanded revision of forest laws addressing landownership and judicious distribution of royalty in forest communities. Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) here organized, “A Roundtable Conference on Sustainable Forest Management”. Prof. Dr. Babar Shahbaz University of Agriculture Faisalabad, said provision of livelihood opportunities, alternate energy sources and removal of ban on harvesting of trees necessary for sustainable forest management.

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June 16, 2011

Forest governance key to success of Central Africa’s green economy

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15 June 2011

Putting people at the centre of forest law-making is essential


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