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REDD+

This module is intended for forest and land managers interested in contributing to REDD+ national strategies or benefiting from REDD+ and the possible synergies between it and SFM. Readers may wish to read this module together with the Reducing Deforestation and Reducing Forest Degradaton modules.  

Angelsen, A. (ed.) 2008. Moving ahead with REDD: Issues, options and implications. CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia.

Blaser & Thompson. 2010. CPF-Summary Paper on Sustainable Forest Management. Discussion paper to the attention of meeting of the COF, New York, April 2010.

Bruce, J. 2012. Identifying and working with beneficiaries when rights are unclear:  insights for REDD+ initiatives. PROFOR. Washington DC.

CBD & GIZ. 2009. Biodiversity and Livelihoods: REDD+ Benefits.

Chandrasekharan Behr, D. 2012. Making benefit sharing arrangements work for forest-dependent communities: overview of insights for REDD+ initiatives. PROFOR. Washington DC.

Dyngeland, C. & Waized, B. 2013. Views and preferences for compensation under REDD+ in Tanzania: Kilosa pilot project case study. IIED, London.

IIED. 2009. The costs of REDD: lessons from Amazonas. IIED Briefing.

Sanz, Penman. 2015. REDD+, and overview where we are in 2015. Unasylva.

WWF. 2014. Mapping UNFCCC REDD+: a visual guide to the systems and structures supporting REDD+ within the UNFCCC