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Title: REDD+ and Human Rights: Addressing Synergies between International Regimes
Authors: Savaresi, Annalisa
Contact Email: annalisa.saveresi@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: climate change
FLEGT
forests
human rights
Nagoya Protocol
REDD+
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Savaresi A (2013) REDD+ and Human Rights: Addressing Synergies between International Regimes, Ecology and Society, 18 (3), Art. No.: 5.
Abstract: The making of the REDD+ mechanism in the framework of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has raised specific concerns on how to reconcile incentives for forest carbon sequestration with the protection of the rights of the numerous communities that rely upon forests for their livelihood, shelter, and survival. Although the nascent REDD+ mechanism provides an opportunity to provide multiple benefits, the design of a framework to secure such benefits and avoid perverse outcomes has proven complex. I provide an overview of progress toward the establishment of such framework, arguing that concerns over the social impact of REDD+ activities may be addressed by resorting to clearer and stronger links with human rights instruments.
DOI Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-05549-180305
Rights: Copyright © is held by the author. Please contact the authors for permission to use their material. As publisher Resilience Alliance requires that use of any work in whole or part be cited correctly; Savaresi, A. 2013. REDD+ and human rights: addressing synergies between international regimes. Ecology and Society 18(3): 5.

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