Reports & Analysis
Four New Go-REDD+ Issues from UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific
The latest Go-REDD+ issues from the UN-REDD Programme Asia-Pacific listserv discuss the benefits of REDD+ project for local people; issues related to tenure, rights and networks; and deforestation data for increased transparency related to REDD+. It also explores general public’s understanding of REDD+ and the UN-REDD Programme.
The Go-REDD+ issue entitled, “Do REDD+ Projects Deliver Benefits To Local People?” explores the extent which REDD+ projects can enhance opportunity benefits – jobs, payment, education and infrastructure as well as strengthening the rights of local people.
The Go-REDD+ issue entitled, “Tenure, Rights, and Networks: Key Issue for REDD+ to be Viable” explores whether security of tenure can lead to better forest management, more effective forest conservation, and improved livelihoods for local stakeholders.
The Go-REDD+ issue entitled, “Countries Make Deforestation Data Available for Increased Transparency of REDD+ Efforts” discusses how countries can make differences by making deforestation data available for increased transparency of REDD+ efforts.
The Go-REDD+ issue entitled, “What is the UN-REDD Programme, again?” discusses what UN-REDD Programme is all about.
Go-REDD+ is a bi-monthly newsletter distributed by email and managed by the UN-REDD Programme team in Asia-Pacific. The main objective is to distribute information, synopses of research results and activities related to REDD+ in Asia-Pacific, to assist countries in their REDD+ readiness efforts.
Access previous Go-REDD+ articles in the Go-REDD+ archive at un-redd.org.