Summary of the
Proceedings of the International Workshop “The International Regime, Avoided
Deforestation and the Evolution of Public and Private Policies Towards Forests
in Developing Countries”
A. KARSENTY, S.
GUÉNEAU, D. CAPISTRANO, B. SINGER and J-L PEYRON
of proposed REDD schemes after Bali: facing critical choices
approach to incorporating government, public and private forest stewards into
a REDD funding mechanism
T. JOHNS, D. NEPSTAD,
F. MERRY, N.LAPORTE, and S. GOETZ
REDD models and
Will the future
be REDD? Consistent carbon accounting for land use
M. DUTSCHKE and T.
for Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) in Mesoamerica
avoided deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: from cost assessment to scheme
J. BÖRNER and S.
opportunity costs of Avoided Deforestation (REDD): application of a flexible
stepwise approach to the Indonesian pulp sector
National back into Forest-Related Policies: the International Forests Regime
Policies in Brazil and Indonesia
regime as global forest governance:can reduced emissions from Deforestation
and Forest Degradation (REDD) initiatives pass a ‘dual effectiveness’ test?
K. LEVIN, C. McDERMOTT,
and B. CASHORE
privatization of global forest governance?
S. GUÉNEAU and P.