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What does it take to achieve pro-poor REDD+? Summary report from workshop held 29 November 2012, Doha, Qatar

This report summarises discussions from a workshop held in Doha, Qatar in November 2012. The workshop examined evidence on the costs of pro-poor REDD+ and the practical experience of REDD+. It drew from recent research on the costs and implementation of pro-poor REDD+ approaches in Africa, Asia and Latin America as well as accounts from practitioners of their experience with designing and implementing pro-poor approaches to incentivising forest conservation and sustainable resource management.

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  • IIED code: G03560
  • Published: Mar 2013 - IIED
  • Theme: Economics
  • Language: English

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Citation: Grieg-Gran, M. and Rolington, L. (eds.) (2013) What does it take to achieve pro-poor REDD+? REDD workshop report 29 November 2012, Doha, Qatar. IIED, London.

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From 2009-13 this IIED project looked at how REDD+ could be designed to promote sustainable development and reduce poverty, as well as reduce deforestation and forest degradation.

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Designing REDD+ to promote sustainable development and reduce poverty

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