REDD and Forests

Ensuring the poor or the most vulnerable sections of society benefit from REDD+ is key to building both national and international legitimacy, and foster successful delivery of conservation and social objectives. Equitable benefit sharing issues at a community or household level are overlooked in both academic and non-academic literature compared to distributional issues at international level. Therefore, this paper aims to look at some of the issues related to benefit distribution at village and household level.

You can also read the International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED)  blog that highlights the key points in the paper, REDD+ project design: 10 points to consider so the poor don’t lose out.
 
 

Irish Government Funds REDD - 2012
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REDD in plain English
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Who gets what and why does it matter- PRO-poor benefit distribution in REDD +
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Auction System for Teak in El Salvador - Raymond M. Keogh (TEAK 21- The Irish Connection)
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