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The United Nations’ negotiations on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation – REDD+ – has become increasingly central in global discussions on climate change. This paper takes on ten misconceptions about the suitability of carbon mar
California's approach towards REDD credits -- offsets generated from avoiding deforestation or degradation in tropical countries -- will undermine both environmental and financial market integrity of the state's climate policy.
New market-based mechanisms to enhance the cost-effectiveness of, and promote, mitigation actions.
The State of California is poised to become the first cap and trade market to accept forest carbon offset credits for compliance purposes. This briefing paper details the related problems and risks.
Re: Carbon fund risks undermining REDD readiness
Letter objecting to the complete exclusion of observers from the second day of the Carbon Fund meeting in Barcelona.
Re: Comments on the 15-day rulemaking package and changes made to the initial proposed regulation
Re: Emerging accountability gap at FCPF creates legal and reputational risk
The Social and Environmental Principles and Criteria (SEPC) and corresponding risk assessment tools threaten to undermine work undertaken thus far and risk creating a race to the bottom in global REDD standards.
Opposition to H.R. 3210, the Retailers and Entertainers Lacey Implementation and Enforcement Fairness (RELIEF) Act