Joint position on financing options for REDD+

9 de novembro de 2009

nov 9, 2009

IPAM, together with partners, Conservation International, Environmental Defense Fund, Woods Hole Research Center, and The Nature Conservancy, produced four policy briefs on aspects of REDD policy.

This one is a joint position on financing options for REDD+: deeper industrialized country commitments and strong domestic actions in the post-2012 phase together with strong REDD+ mitigation actions offer a powerful alternative that can start to change the economic incentives that drive forest destruction while also contributing to global emission reductions.

IPAM; Conservation International; Environmental Defense Fund; Woods Hole Research Center; The Nature Conservancy. 2009.

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Assessing compliance with the Forest Code: A practical guide

Assessing compliance with the Forest Code: A practical guide

The goal of this guide is to help buyers of Brazilian forestry and agricultural commodities to verify compliance with the Brazilian Forest Code in their supply chain. It presents a range of available and evolving tools to ensure compliance with the Forest Code in the supply chain. The tools described are credible and practical instruments that buyers can use without the need for legal or environmental specialists. In this way, the private sector can support the transition to legal compliance in Brazil’s rural environment, also with the benefit of promoting commodities produced in Brazil in the domestic and international markets.

Authors: Pedro Amaral (Proforest), Tiago Reis (IPAM) e Roberta del Giudice (Instituto BVRio).