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Reducing Emissions romDeorestation and Forest Degradation (REDD):An Options Assessment Report
Prepared or
The Government o Norway
 
Authors
Arild Angelsen
ProessorDept. o Economics & Resource ManagementNorwegian University o Lie Sciences& Senior AssociateCenter or International Forestry Research
Sandra Brown
Director & Chie ScientistEcosystem Services UnitWinrock International
Cyril Loisel
CoordinatorEnergy and climate programInstitut du développement durable etdesrelations internationales (Iddri)& Senior AdvisorONF International
Leo Peskett
Research FellowClimate Change, Environment and ForestryProgrammeOverseas Development Institute
Charlotte Streck
DirectorClimate Focus
Daniel Zarin
(Coordinating Author)ProessorSchool o Forest Resources & ConservationUniversity o Florida& Senior AdvisorTropical Forest Carbon StrategyThe David and Lucile Packard Foundation
This report is in the public domain.The authors encourage the circulationo this paper as widely as possible.Users are welcome to download, save,or distribute this report electronicallyor in any other ormat, including inoreign language translation withoutwritten permission. We do ask that,i you distribute this report, you creditthe authors and mention the website
http://www.REDD-OAR.org
and notalter the text. An electronic copy o this report is available at
http://www.REDD-OAR.org
Disclaimer: Any views expressed inthis report are those o the authors.They do not necessarily representthe views o the authors’ institutions,Meridian Institute, or the nancialsponsors o this report.
ISBN: 978-0-615-28518-4
Date o publication: March 2009
 
Preace
The Government o Norway has made the inclusion o a mechanism or reducingemissions rom deorestation and orest degradation (REDD) in a post-2012 climateregime a policy priority in the United Nations Framework Convention on ClimateChange (UNFCCC) process. To achieve this, sucient act-based analysis o optionson how to eectively reduce emissions rom deorestation and orest degradationand impacts o an agreed mechanism will be crucial. This report is one, importantcontribution in that regard.The Meridian Institute, a nonprot NGO internationally recognized or conveningand acilitating neutral and independent dialogues and assessments, in our viewwas the ideal acilitator o this process. The Institute has assembled a high-quality,diverse, and independent group o experts to provide pragmatic, act-based analysisand assessments o a set o proposed options or critical elements o the REDDcomponent o a Copenhagen agreement. We wish to thank the Meridian Instituteand the analyst group or their eorts. We are also grateul to the David and LucilePackard Foundation or assisting with the up-ront costs o the assessment.There have been extensive consultations as part o this eort—with governments,civil society, indigenous peoples’ representatives, and other key stakeholders—toensure that all key perspectives are considered. However, the intent o this processhas not been to reach or orm consensus, but rather to provide an analytically driveneort to produce additional substantial insights regarding the impacts o potentialREDD mechanisms.We eel that this report will be a valuable contribution to the “global public good” o substantial insights regarding a REDD mechanism, and hope that others—both inand out o government—will also nd it useul.
Hans Brattskar
AmbassadorDirector, The Government o Norway’sInternational Climate and Forest Initiative

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