Reading between the lines – what the Durban text means for REDD+ in 2012

The high-level politicking of international climate negotiations can sometimes hide the nuances of the issues being discussed. During the calm weeks following the storm of negotiations in Durban we have had an opportunity to assess what all 36 decisions that came out of the conference will really mean for climate change practitioners.

In this blog, published by CDKN, I identify key areas for activity in the next 12 months for those working towards a fair and equitable REDD+.

William McFarland, Acting REDDnet coordinator, ODI

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About REDD-net

REDD-net is a network to share the information and experience among organisations working for REDD . The power of interests surrounding climate change and REDD , means that, even where governments are well-disposed, pursuing a pro-poor agenda will largely depend on the capacity of southern NGOs to assimilate the new knowledge and use it to champion the interests of the poor.
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