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REDD+ Readiness progress across countries: time for recnsideration (view : 791x)

Anggota :
Dr. Ir Retno Maryani M.Sc

Penulis lain :

Peter Akong Minang, Meine Van Noordwijk, Lalisa A Duguma, Dieudonne Alemagi, Trong Hoan Do, Florence Bernard, Putra Agung, Valentina Robiglio, Delia Catacutan, Suyanto Suyanto, Angel Armas, Claudia Silva Aguad, Mireille Feudjio, Gamma Galudra, Douglas White, Atiek Widayati, Elizabeth Kahurani, Sara Namirembe, Beria Leimona

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Journal Name : Climate Policy | Volume : 14 | No. : 6 | Year : 2014


Efforts towards Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation plus
conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of carbon stocks
(REDD+) have grown in importance in developing countries following negotiations within
the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This has
favoured investments in processes to prepare countries for REDD+ at the national level (a
process referred to as REDD+ Readiness). Yet, little attention has been given to how
Readiness can be assessed and potentially improved. This article presents a framework for
Readiness assessment and compares progress in REDD+ Readiness across four countries,
namely Cameroon, Indonesia, Peru, and Vietnam. The Readiness assessment framework
comprises six functions, namely planning and coordination; policy, laws, and institutions;

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