REDD+ Crossroads Post Paris: Politics, Lessons and Interplays

Edited by
January 2018
414 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03842-707-0 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03842-708-7 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue REDD+ Crossroads Post Paris: Politics, Lessons and Interplays that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Environmental & Earth Sciences
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community forest management; reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+); livelihoods; benefit sharing; REDD+; national governance structures; cross-sectoral coordination; stakeholder participation; Cambodia; Indonesia; Lao PDR; Papua New Guinea and Vietnam; governance values; legitimacy; principles, criteria, and indicators (PC&I); inclusiveness; resources; accountability; transparency; REDD+; REDD+; justice; institutions; forest peoples; discourses; legitimacy; Mexico; REDD+; stakeholder analysis; REDD+; household livelihoods; climate adaptation; vulnerability; forest policy; land; REDD+; One Map Initiative; Indonesia; forest governance reform; cross-sectoral coordination; participation; transparency; path dependence; critical juncture; Mexico; deforestation; conservation; protected areas; impact evaluation; matching; Vietnam; drivers of deforestation; livelihoods; environmental policies; REDD+; PES; Cambodia; climate change; landscape; REDD+; REDD+; FLEGT VPA; civil society organisations; participation; resources; rules of the  game; policy arrangement approach; Lao PDR; Sustainable development; participation; forest governance; REDD+; indigenous rights; Guyana; REDD+ impacts; Vietnam; REDD+ policy; REDD+ governance; non-state actors in REDD+; REDD+; NGOs; policymaking; co-operation; co-optation; policy entrepreneurship; forest climate governance; REDD+; roles; legitimacy; REDD+; Amazon; discourse; genealogy; rewards and punishments; behavior change; REDD+; community REDD+; carbon-offset projects; land tenure; deforestation; climate change mitigation; reduced emissions from deforestation and forest degradation; carbon retention; avoided deforestation; willingness to accept; payments for ecosystem services; contingent valuation.; climate change; forests; Ghana; Nigeria; political ecology; REDD+; West Africa; n/a; n/a; REDD+; environmental governance; politics; conflict; climate change