2014 International Union of Forest Research Organizations

5-11 October, Salt Lake City, United States
10 October 2014 | 08:00-10:30 | Room: 250 E

Technical Session

Understanding the relationships among biodiversity, carbon, and people for REDD+ forests: the importance of environmental and social safeguards

Relationships among biodiversity, carbon storage and people in REDD planning, with particular emphasis on formulation and application of environmental and social safeguards.


CIFOR Panelist:

Amy Duchelle
"Local participation in global conservation: villagers’ knowledge and perceptions of incipient REDD+ initiatives"