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The Little Redd Book

The Little Redd Book

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TheLittleREDD+Book
 An updated guide togovernmental andnon-governmentalproposals forreducing emissionsfrom deforestationand degradation
+ a resource CD containing: Translations into French, Spanish, Portugueseand Bahasa Indonesia; the full proposals; further research on REDD.
 
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 Authors: Charlie Parker, Andrew Mitchell,Mandar Trivedi and Niki MardasPlease cite this publications as: Parker, C., Mitchell, A.,Trivedi, M., Mardas, N. The Little REDD+ Book (2009)For more information contact: c.parker@globalcanopy.orgContributions to the text were gratefully received from: Anna Creed (TCG), Katia Karousakis (OECD), Doug Boucher(UCS), Diana Movius (UCS), Carolyn Davidson (UCS),Ralph Ashton (TCG) , Bronson Griscom (TNC), David Shoch(TerraCarbon), Bill Stanley (TNC), Rane Cortez (TNC), SaskiaOzinga (FERN), Emily Brickell (WWF) and David Edwards (PRP).© Global Canopy Foundation 2009This is the second edition of the Little REDD Book First Published November 2008Published by:Global Canopy ProgrammeJohn Krebs Field StationOxford OX2 8QJUK Designed by Company 
www.company-london.com
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 three main programmes - in science, policy 
and nance aim to dene and explore the range and economic value of forest ecosystem services and to share our ndings with decision-makers ingovernment and nance.
 www.globalcanopy.org
Country
 Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS)* AustraliaBrazilCanadaCoalition for Rainforest Nations (CfRN)*China*ColombiaCentral African Forest Commission (COMIFAC)European Union (EU)India*IndonesiaJapanMalaysiaMexicoNew ZealandNorway*PanamaTuvaluUSA 
Proposal date
Dec 2008Mar 2009Feb 2007 Apr 2008Mar 2009Sep 2008 Apr 2009Mar 2008Jul 2008Dec 2008Dec 2008 Apr 2007Feb 2007 Aug 2008May 2009Oct 2008 Apr 2009Nov 2007Mar 2008
Organisation
CATIE*CCAPCSERGEEDF & IPAM & ISA Greenpeace*HSI*IDDRI & CERDIIIASA*Joanneum ResearchJRCTCGTNC* WHRC*
Approach
Nested ApproachDual MarketsCombined IncentivesCompensated ReductionsTDERMCarbon StoresCompensated Successful Efforts Avoiding REDD Hot AirCorridor ApproachIncentive AccountingTerrestrial CarbonIntegrated IncentivesStock-Flow with Targets
Proposal date
May 2009 Aug 2007Jan 2008Jan 2008Dec 2008 Apr 2009Jun 2008 Apr 2009Feb 2007Mar 2006Jul 2008May 2009 Apr 2009
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Governmental ProposalsNon-governmental Proposals
LIST OF PROPOSALS
* These proposals have been updated or added in this second edition of The Little REDD Book.
 
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 Acknowledgements:
 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.This edition of The Little REDD Book was generously supported by theDavid and Lucile Packard Foundation.The Global Canopy Programme would like to thank the following: We are continually aiming to improve the Little REDD Book and yourfeedback is welcome. Please send comments to:Charlie Parker c.parker@globalcanopy.orgThe Little REDD Book is now available in French, Spanish, Portuguese andBahasa Indonesia. The Global Canopy Programme would like to thank thefollowing organisations for their generous efforts in translating the secondedition of the Little REDD Book:
 www.acca.org.pe www.orangutans-sos.org/ www.nature.org/

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