This paper seeks to provide some initial guidance on the technical features and advantages and risks of different carbon standards, focusing on criteria that influence the integrity of carbon credits around reforestation and avoided deforestation.
This paper considers the relative likelihood that countries will achieve their voluntary national forest restoration commitments.
Significance of Billion Tree Tsunami Afforestation Project and Legal Developments in Forest Sector of Pakistan
This paper discusses the legal considerations of the ‘Billion Trees Tsunami Afforestation Project’ in Pakistan as related to climate change and the Bonn Challenge.
Institutional complexity and private authority in global climate governance : The cases of climate engineering, REDD+, and short-lived climate pollutants
This paper seeks to assess and explain the different shapes of institutional complexity or ‘hybrid multilateralism’ that characterizes selected sub-areas of global climate governance.
This article advocates a focus on “climate-smart reforestation,” defined as reforesting for climate change mitigation and adaptation, while ensuring that the direct and indirect impacts of climate change on reforestation are anticipated and minimized
Non-binding political declaration from the United Nations Climate Summit 2014 to cut natural forest loss in half by 2020, and strive to end it by 2030.
The political economy of reforestation and forest restoration in Asia–Pacific: Critical issues for REDD+
This article examines the political economy of reforestation and forest restoration programs in Asia–Pacific and highlights governance challenges these pose.
The goal of this paper is to review a range of policy tools in place to support use of forests for CDR and demonstrate how concepts from the policy design literature can inform our understanding of this domain.