O mercado de carbono não é a solução que promete ser para governos, florestas e populações do hemisfério sul
Muitos governos acreditam que o comércio de carbono gerará recursos consideraveis para a proteção e gestão 'sustentável' de florestas localizadas em seus países, através de iniciativas que proponham a Redução de Emissões por...
Is REDD-readiness taking us in the right direction?
This set of case studies from 2011 looking at how the REDD+ process has been experienced on the ground is a follow up to the June 2010 Accra Caucus on Forests and Climate Change report looking at countries preparing for...
O REDD+ e os mercados de carbono: Dez mitos detonados
Nos últimos quatro anos, as negociações das Nações Unidas sobre a Redução de Emissões por Desmatamento e Degradação Florestal (REDD+) têm se tornado cada vez mais importantes nas discussões globais sobre as mudanças climáticas....
Strategies to Prevent Illegal Logging
This article was written by Saskia Ozinga and Hannah Mowat for the second edition of "A Handbook of Globalisation and Environmental Policy." It compares the EU's Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Action Plan (FLEGT),...
Lessons learnt from FLEGT for REDD - Summary
This report explains why ignoring key lessons from initiatives to control illegal logging (such as the EU's Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade Action Plan (FLEGT) will lead REDD to a dead-end.
It builds on FERN's nearly...
Smoke and Mirrors - A critical assessment of the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
In December 2007 the World Bank launched its Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) to act as a catalyst to promote public and private investment in ‘REDD’ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation). As the...
Realising rights, protecting forests: An Alternative Vision for Reducing Deforestation
This report is intended primarily for opinion-formers and decisionmakers with a role in making and influencing national policy and legislation on REDD. The case studies show that respecting the rights and realities of indigenous...
Why Congo Basin countries stand to lose out from a market based REDD
This briefing paper unravels the implications of setting a historical baseline with a correction factor for low deforestation countries. It also explains why carbon markets are unlikely to raise the anticipated funds for forest...
Is REDD undermining FLEGT
With proper safeguards, FLEGT has the capacity to bring about real improvements in forest governance – but concerns have been raised that this could all be undermined by the Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest...