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REDDに関する決定事項と今後の課題

2010年度第2回IGES地球環境セミナー、「COP16結果速報と今後の展望」 、横浜
Policy Brief

熱帯途上国において違法伐採が森林劣化や森林喪失の大きな原因となる中、本ポリシー・ブリーフでは、税関間の協力により違法伐採された木材貿易を阻止する取り組みに焦点を当てたIGESとNGO(ザ・ネイチャー・コンサーバンシー)の共同研究による知見を紹介し、税関間のさらなる協力を促す具体的な選択肢や提言を明示している。

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English version is available at:
http://pub.iges.or.jp/modules/envirolib/view.php?docid=2934

Working Paper

This paper discusses the policy and implementation context of the REDD (reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation) demonstration activity in Ulu Masen in the province of Aceh, Indonesia. It is argued that the slow endorsement of the demonstration activity by the Indonesian government may be due to mistiming in relation to the...

Presentation

Monitoring Experience from registered projects

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Seminar on the clean development mechanism
20 October, 2010, Vang Viang, Lao PDR

Conference Proceeding

In accordance with the commitments pledged at Nairobi in 2005 (Nairobi Frame Work in 2006) and Copenhagen in 2009 to enhance distribution of CDM projects and capacity development at the regional and sub-regional levels, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), with co-funding from the...

Policy Brief

In tropical developing countries, illegal logging is a significant cause of forest degradation and can lead to permanent forest loss. This policy brief presents the findings from an IGES-The Nature Conservancy (TNC) study that investigated the potential for customs authorities to contribute to combating the international trade in illegal timber...

Presentation
Tianjin Meijiang Convention and Exhibition Center (Tianjin, China), 8 October 2010
Policy Report

The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is monitoring the development of national REDD-plus systems in selected countries. This report provides a description and review of national REDD-plus readiness challenges, activities, and progress in Indonesia and Viet Nam, two countries that offer important contrasts for analytical inquiry...