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In addition to receiving carbon offsets through a REDD+ mechanism, what are the other possible benefits that developing countries and local communities can experience from reducing deforestation and protecting forests?
Can this “carbon” value in standing trees really change deforestation trends?
Good and efficient governance of forest resources and the distribution of benefits will be central to the success of REDD+ policies and measures.
What are some strategies to identify and deal with the drivers of deforestation?
What is the role of forests in the developing world?
Why is there so much interest in forestry, deforestation and carbon at present? Is it a case of making money versus conserving the planet?
Does the UN-REDD Programme purchase carbon credits or act as a credit buyer?
What is REDD+?
What is “REDD+ readiness”?
What are the phases of REDD+ implementation?
How is the UN-REDD Programme governed?
How is the UN-REDD Programme funded?
How does the Programme work with other REDD+ initiatives?
How much carbon is released into the atmosphere by deforestation and forest degradation?
Are other emission reduction efforts needed in addition to REDD+?
How is the UN-REDD Programme working to ensure that forest- dependent communities and custodians of forests in developing countries participate in REDD+ decision-making and benefit from REDD+?
How will countries reliably assess and verify how much carbon is stored in their forests?
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