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Content: Demand-side measures

Linking supply and demand-side measures Many major agricultural commodities such as beef, soy, sugar and palm oil drive deforestation in tropical countries. There is a growing awareness that in...

Content: Measuring, monitoring, reporting and verification

Measuring, monitoring, reporting and verification The successful implementation of a results-based payment scheme such as REDD+ depends on the credible measurement and reporting of performance....

Content: Safeguards

Safeguards Safeguards in REDD+ help to address national forest governance shortcomings and mitigate any potential adverse social and environmental effects that could prevent REDD+ from...

Content: Transparency and access to information

Transparency and access to information A lack of information on the management of natural resources and commodity flows is one of the factors driving corruption, illegal activities and...

Content: Institutions

Legal and institutional frameworks FLEGT and REDD+ initiatives both involve work to improve legal clarity, and to strengthen institutional frameworks and capacities to: Increase...

Content: Benefits

Benefits REDD+ can support and benefit from an EU initiative called FLEGT, which stands for forest law enforcement, governance and trade. The EU developed its FLEGT Action Plan in response...
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