REDD+ has seen ups and downs over the last years but is now firmly Integrated in the Paris Agreement, and the Green Climate Fund is moving forward on REDD+ payments. What does it mean for the practice of REDD at national and sub national levels? Where are the gaps and what are the next steps needed to make REDD+ happen?
Toni La Viña
Forests, carbon emission and REDD+
Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP)
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