REDD


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AcronymDefinition
REDDReducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (UN)
REDDReducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation
REDDReenlistment Eligibility Data Display (US DoD)
REDDRegional Ecosystem Description Database (Australia)
REDDRed Eyes Darkness Dragon (Yu-Gi-Oh card)
REDDResearch and Education on Disability and Disaster (Texas A&M University; College Station, TX)
REDDRapid E-Learning Development and Deployment (Resource Bridge; Schaumburg, Illinois)
REDDRegional Economic Development and Diversification
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Wildlife Works Carbon's REDD projects aim to slow deforestation in developing and emerging countries.
But as official delegates applauded REDD in Cancun's plenary halls, grassroots activists in the streets were staging protests against the policy.
Roker, who performs on six tracks, displays signature finesse and wit, while Redd plays drums on three cuts, including an engaging, calypso-inspired take on Duke Ellington's Purple Gazelle.
There is a risk that Australian companies could be fooled into thinking they are being green buying REDD offsets on a future carbon market, when a lack of transparency and poor forest management may mean that carbon emissions are really leaking from forests into the atmosphere.
While it is now becoming clearer that, in the long run, environmental sustainability is a prerequisite for development and growth, and that no country can do well if its natural resources are depleted, putting REDD into operation will not be easy.
The Bali Conference of Parties in 2007 established a REDD working group and tropical deforestation was included in the Bali Action Plan, foreshadowing its inclusion in the post Kyoto climate agreement (UNFCCC 2007).
Only six developing countries (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Singapore, and South Korea) have institutions with trained forest carbon experts connected to the UN system, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, while 94 have absolutely no technical or institutional capacity for REDD.
Although funding towards REDD will likely take many different forms, one option that is often discussed is to link REDD to carbon markets in developed countries.
The few environmentalists who expressed support for REDD during the Kyoto talks became mired in bitter shouting matches with their peers.
This Article posits that indigenous peoples and forest-dependent communities can garner international attention, funding, and support by cooperating closely with public and private entities that have mutually invested interests in REDD.
Payements for environmental services, forest conservation and climate change: Livelihoods in the REDD.