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Reduction of emission from deforestation and degradation

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June 20, 2012

The case for “living” carbon credits

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20 June 2012

The “Aid-ification” of REDD+: How its changed and why it matters

A scheme for reducing global carbon emissions by slowing deforestation in tropical countries has changed drastically and become “aid-ified” since it was first floated in 2005, according to a major new publication on the subject.

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20 June 2012

Guyana to soon receive US $40M from Norway

Prime Minister of Norway Mr.

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December 2010

JIKO Policy Paper 3/2010: REDD Crediting vs. REDD Funds

Since 2005, the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Cimate Change (UNFCCC) negotiate how the protection of rainforests could be integrated into the climate regime.

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June 21, 2012

Christian Aid launches document on REDD+

REDD+ aims to reduce emissions from forests, prevent deforestation and encourage investment in low-carbon development. Christian Aid’s Latin American and Caribbean partners believe that such   projects must be managed by local communities and be truly inclusive.

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June 13, 2012

'Offsetting' Campaign To Save Forests To Be Announced At Rio+20

Five major corporations will join the emergency campaign to save the world's threatened forests by pledging to buy REDD multimillion dollar credits from projects protecting threatened forests around the world, the campaign announced Tuesday at the U.N.

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June 14, 2012

U.S.-India Bilateral Cooperation on Energy and Climate Change

ecalling the 2009 U.S.-India MOU on clean energy, energy efficiency, energy security and climate change, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Minister of External Affairs S.M.

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Unready for REDD+? Lessons from Corruption in Ugandan Conservation Areas

This week, I published a short policy brief with the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre at the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) in Bergen, Norway.

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Jun 14, 2012

Asia CDM Stakeholder Consultations and Implications for CDM AR & REDD+

A CDM policy dialogue with Asian stakeholders took place in Bangkok from 7-8 June 2012. Asia has more than 80% of the registered CDM projects in the world.

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29 May 2012

WWF Tanzania staff in financial scam

AN audit report by Ernst & Young has established that 400,000 US dollars (approx. 624m/-) was misappropriated by the WWF local staff who forged hotel, taxi receipts and direct corruption.


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