Revisiting Constraints: Towards Cautious Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) Implementation in Indonesia


Essay, 2008

19 Pages, Grade: HD


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Contents

I. Introduction

II. Methodology
2.1. The Research Methodology: the Thematic Analysis
2.2. Data Collection Method and Analysis

III. Revisiting Issues of REDD Implementation
3.1. The ‘Leakage’ Issue
3.1.1 The macro-effect of forest and land-use policies
3.1.2. Commercialization of agro-industrial monoculture products
3.1.3. Unpredictable Impact of Traditional Use of Fire
3.1.4. Perverse Right to Deforest and Misuse of PES Funds
3.1.5. Determining the Right Beneficiaries
3.1.6. Efficient and Fair Payment Distribution Mechanism
3.2. Land Tenure Insecurity Issue
3.3. Carbon Credit Pricing Issue

IV. Conclusion and Recommendation

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Title
Revisiting Constraints: Towards Cautious Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) Implementation in Indonesia
College
The Australian National University  (Fenner School of Environment and Society)
Course
Forest Policy
Grade
HD
Author
Year
2008
Pages
19
Catalog Number
V337001
ISBN (eBook)
9783656987192
ISBN (Book)
9783656987208
File size
1116 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Forest Degradation, Deforestation, Emission, Reducin emission, Indonesia
Quote paper
Omar Pidani (Author), 2008, Revisiting Constraints: Towards Cautious Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) Implementation in Indonesia, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/337001

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