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Little REDD Book

Little REDD Book

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Published by: Global Canopy Programme on Apr 07, 2009
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 A guide togovernmental andnon-governmentalproposals forreducing emissionsfrom deforestationand degradation
 AustraliaBrazilCanadaChileCoalition for Rainforest Nations (CfRN)ColombiaCentral African Forest Commission (COMIFAC)Costa RicaEuropean Union (EU)IndiaIndonesiaJapanMalaysiaMexicoNew ZealandNorway Paraguay TuvaluUSA 
Proposal date
Jun 2008Feb 2007 Apr 2008 Aug 2007May 2008 Apr 2008Mar 2007 Apr 2008Mar 2008Mar 2008Mar 2008 Apr 2008Mar 2007 Aug 2008 Aug 2008Sep 2008 Apr 2007Sep 2007Mar 2008
 AAU AuctioningNested ApproachDual Markets ApproachCarbon Stock ApproachCombined IncentivesCompensated ReductionsTDERMCarbon Stores ApproachCompensated Successful Efforts Avoiding REDD Hot AirIncentive AccountingTerrestrial CarbonStock-Flow Approach
Proposal date
Feb 2008Oct 2007 Aug 2007Jun 2008Feb 2007Jan 2008Dec 2006Dec 2007 Aug 2008Oct 2008Mar 2006Jul 2008 Aug 2008
Governmental ProposalsNon-governmental Proposals
 Authors: Charlie Parker, Andrew Mitchell,Mandar Trivedi and Niki MardasContributions to the text were gratefully received from:Katia Karousakis, Doug Boucher, Diana Movius,Carolyn Davidson, Ralph Ashton, Bronson Griscom,David Shoch, Bill Stanley, Rane Cortez, and Saskia Ozinga.© Global Canopy Foundation 2008First Published November 2008Published by:Global Canopy ProgrammeJohn Krebs Field StationOxford OX2 8QJUK Designed by Company 
The Global Canopy Programme is an alliance of 37 scientic institutions
in 19 countries, which lead the world in forest canopy research, educationand conservation. Today, our 3 main programmes - in science, policy and
nance - aim to dene and explore the range and economic value of forestecosystem services and to share our ndings with decision-makers ingovernment and nance.
for more information.
 We are especially grateful to Lord James Russell and to Lord RobinRussell and the Benindi Fund, for making production of this book possible. The editorial costs were supported by the Ashden Trust.The core costs of the Global Canopy Programme are supported entirely  by voluntary donations from foundations including The Rufford MauriceLaing Foundation, The Waterloo Foundation, The John EllermanFoundation, The Millichope Foundation, CHK Charities, Ernest KleinwortCharitable Trust and donations from individuals. We thank all of them forthis valuable support.The Global Canopy Programme would like to thank the following:The Global Canopy Program would additionally like to thank ConservationInternational, IIASA, Terrestrial Carbon Group, CIFOR, Union of ConcernedScientists, The Nature Conservancy, TerraCarbon, FERN and the authorsof the proposals for their comments and assistance in compiling this guide. We are continually aiming to improve the Little REDD Book and yourfeedback is welcome. Please send comments to:Charlie Parker c.parker@globalcanopy.orgor visit www.littleREDDbook.org
 Assigned Amount Unit Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use changeClean Development Mechanism
Certied Emission Reduction
Conference of the PartiesDevelopment Adjustment FactorEmission ReductionEcosystem ServiceFood and Agriculture OrganisationForest Carbon Partnership Facility Forest Law Enforcement Governance and TradeGreenhouse gasGlobal Observation of Forest and Land Cover DynamicsHigh Forest Low DeforestationInternational Institute for Environment and DevelopmentInter Governmental Panel on Climate ChangeInternational Payments for Ecosystem ServicesLand Use, Land Use Change and Forestry 
Measurable, Reportable, Veriable
Non-governmental Organisation
Ofcial Development Assistance
Payments for Ecosystem ServicesProgramme of activity Reducing Emissions from DeforestationReducing Emissions from Deforestation and(Forest) DegradationReference Emission RateReference Scenario
Subsidiary Body on Scientic and Technical Advice
Sustainable Forest ManagementUnited Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change World Resources Institute World Wildlife Foundation AAU AFOLUCDMCER COPDAFER ESFAOFCPFFLEGTGHGGOFC-GOLDHFLDIIEDIPCCIPESLULUCFMRV NGOODA PESPOA REDREDDRER RSSBSTA SFMUNFCCC WRI WWF

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