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The 'virtual economy' of REDD+ projects: does private certification of REDD+ projects ensure their environmental integrity?

International Forestry Review http://dx.doi.org/10.1505/146554816818966336

The ‘virtual economy’ of REDD+ projects: does private certification of REDD+ projects ensure their environmental integrity?

C. SEYLLER, S. DESBUREAUX, S. ONGOLO, A. KARSENTY, G. SIMONET, J. FAURE et L. BRIMONT

REDD+ projects: A review of selected REDD+ project designs

April, 2013. Scheyvens, Henry; Sagara, Miho and Ibarra Gené, Enrique. Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Japan. 133 pages. ISBN: 978‐4‐88788‐133‐4

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Issue date: 
April 29, 2013
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EnvrioScope
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http://enviroscope.iges.or.jp
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July-28-2010

Pay the tropics to reverse deforestation

AMONG THE MANY NASTY things that humans are doing to the environment, few rank worse than destroying tropical forests. Rainforests sustain an astonishing diversity of species and keep our planet liveable by limiting soil erosion, reducing floods, maintaining natural water cycles, and stabilising the climate. Yet roughly 10 million hectares of tropical forest are destroyed every year – the equivalent of 50 football fields a minute.

REDD for dummies: UN-REDD Q&A - Version July 2010

As time goes by, site has envolved, therefore we do offer two different texts for users who have been brought to our site and this link:

The European Union (EU) isn't able (or willing) to get the idea of Forests issues...

October 2015: The Guardian simply ignores knowledge related to illegal logging and deforestation and furthermore isn't addressing the core problem of the EU FLEGT/EUTR/VPA initiative. Seems the just ongoing evaluation of the FLEGT/VPA/EUTR initiative will also not address the core problem and will just address the mismanagement of the process. There is still no political will to end this disingenuous campaign...

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19 May 2008

REDD for Dummies: A REDD Primer

In 2007, more than 50,000 fires raged through the Brazilian Amazon, reducing what were once lush rainforests to charred plains stretching to the horizon. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, fires on the island of Borneo consumed millions of hectares of old-growth forests.

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May 17, 2010

Carbon Credits for Preserving Forests: How Does It Work?

What is REDD?

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May 17, 2010

From Copenhagen To Cancun: Forests and REDD

Background on REDD

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Climate and Forests: Directory of TERMS

Below is a directory of terms used in the debate about reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD).

Issue date: 
2010-04-29

REDD: Seeing the forest for the trees

All carbon is not created equal: One ton of carbon dioxide (CO2) generated in New York from several McDonalds burgers, for instance, clocking in at 16kg per 1kg of meat, is not the equivalent of one ton of CO2 emitted in a country like South Africa, where energy generated from coal provides ba

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