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Taking Adaptation Value Seriously: Designing REDD to Protect Biodiversity

Andrew Long


nt serious threats to the future of life on earth, while posing some of the most challenging issues in international law and policy. Climate change will exacerbate biodiversity loss, while continued loss of biodiversity will undermine efforts to adapt to a changing climate. The issues are nowhere more closely linked than in tropical forests, where challenging governance and equity questions have undermined prior international cooperative efforts. This article proposes an avenue for advancing biodiversity preservation through a post-Kyoto c


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