REDD-plus: An area of potential success in Cancun
Deborah Murphy (with the International Institute for Sustainable Development) and Peter A. Minang (with the Alternatives to Slash and Burn Partnership of the World Agroforestry Centre) discuss the potential for REDD-plus to be an area of success at the climate change meetings in Cancun.
They suggest that movement on REDD-plus, in the form of a draft decision, would provide a framework to guide the various pilot initiatives taking place around the world.
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