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Integrating REDD Into a Green Economy Transition

Integrating REDD Into a Green Economy Transition

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Integrating REDD+ into agreen economy transition
Opportunities and challenges
Charlene Watson, Emily Brickell and Will McFarland, ODIwith contributions by Jeff McNeely, IUCN
Report
June 2013
UN-REDD
 
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 Acknowledgements
The authors are grateful for the review comments and feedback received from Ed Barbier (University of Wyoming), Tim Christophersen (UNEP), Thomas Enters (UNEP), JaneFeehan (European Investment Bank), Julie Greenwalt (UNEP), Val Kapos (UNEP- World Conservation Monitoring Centre), Lera Miles (UNEP-World Conservation MonitoringCentre), Robert Munroe (UNEP- World Conservation Monitoring Centre), Leo Peskett, and Fulai Sheng (UNEP). Feedback from Tom Mitchell, Smita Nakhooda, Andrew Scott and Steve Wiggins at ODI, is also much appreciated. The authors retain responsibility for allconclusions and errors of interpretation.ODI gratefully acknowledges the support of UNEP and the UN-REDD programme in providing funding to produce this report.
 
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Shaping policy for development
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Integrating REDD+ into a green economytransition
Opportunities and challenges
Charlene Watson, Emily Brickell and Will McFarland, ODI,With contributions by Jeff McNeely, International Union for the Conservation of Nature
 Clear links exist between REDD+ and green economy objectives, bothof which call for a change in the business-as-usual economicdevelopment in order to slow the loss of natural capital;
 Although an aggregate value is elusive, the multiple benefits of REDD+ provide a clear rationale for the integration of REDD+ in agreen economy transition. This includes the enhanced provision of ecosystem services, in addition to climate change mitigation, and thepotential to deliver various social benefits;
 Although challenges remain, integrating REDD+ within a greeneconomy transition could maximise synergies in policy and planning,as well as reduce the transaction and implementation costs of pursingeach independently.
Please contact Charlene Watson: c.watson@odi.org.uk June 2013

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