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Community-based Monitoring, Reporting and Verification of REDD Projects: Innovative Potentials for Benefit Sharing

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/CCLR/2009/3/101

Kristy Graham, Amelia Thorpe


e importance of forests in regulating the global climate, particularly as a store and sink of carbon, is widely recognised.1 Forest protection as a climate mitigation measure has been acknowledged at the international level,2 and has been an important element of UNFCCC discussions since its inclusion in the Bali Action Plan at the 13th Conference of the Parties in Bali, Indonesia in 2007 (COP 13).3 The REDD debate has developed into its current form, REDD plus,4 which also includes sustainable forest management, conservation and enhancement of

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