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Amy Duchelle is Team Leader and Senior Scientist in the Climate Change, Energy & Low Carbon Development Team at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) in Bogor, Indonesia. She leads CIFOR’s Global Comparative Study on REDD+, which engages a dynamic network of research partners and diverse stakeholders to produce information, analysis and tools towards protecting tropical forests and enhancing the rights and livelihoods of local people. Prior to moving to Indonesia in 2015, Duchelle worked for CIFOR in Brazil, where she lived for nearly ten years. She holds a Ph.D. in Tropical Forestry from the University of Florida, a M.S. in Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and a B.A. in Biology from Colorado College.
Forest-based climate change mitigation; conservation impact evaluation; smallholder and community forest management.
COP23: ¿Puede REDD+ beneficiar a los pobres?
17 November 2017
COP23 Special: Can REDD+ benefit the poor?
08 November 2017
Community participation as a REDD+ safeguard
24 August 2017
Behind CIFOR's Strategy 2016-2025: Forestry for sustainable development
29 February 2016
Amazon Fund, the world’s biggest conservation experiment? GLF 2015
15 December 2015
Amy Duchelle: Presentation on REDD+ benefit sharing in Lima
09 June 2015
Enforcement and inequality in collective payments to conserve tropical forests
19 July 2022
Lecciones de la implementación REDD+ a nivel local y subnacional
25 November 2020
Transforming REDD+ lessons learned and way forward
18 April 2019