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The UNEP Risø Centre is pleased to announce the 2010 issue of its Carbon Market Perspectives: Pathways for Implementing REDD+: Experiences from Carbon Markets and Communities.
This year, the publication reflects the current experiences about implementing REDD+ activities at project and community levels and goes beyond opportunities afforded by the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) by including voluntary markets. The articles presented discuss and propose ideas about how to create incentives to participate in REDD+, its implementation, and possible financing; how to involve the private sector; what are the experiences from the carbon markets, and present ideas on how to engage communities in REDD+. The authors have been carefully selected to reflect a mix of different perspectives from the private sector, country negotiation teams, research institutions, and carbon market organizations. They share their insights and ideas on various important aspects and issues for the debates on a global REDD+ mechanism in the ongoing climate negotiations.
The Carbon Markets Perspectives 2010, is produced with financial assistance by the European Commission, through its joint UNEP/EU Program for Capacity Building related to Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Countries, of which the CDM forms part.
The 2010 Carbon Market Perspectives, is available for downloading:
Previous years Carbon Market Perspectives is also available for download at:
On behalf of the editors, best regards,
Miriam Hinostroza, Ph.D.
Head of Programme
Phone: + 45 46 77 51 80
Fax: + 45 46 32 19 99
UNEP RISØ CENTRE
Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy
Technical University of Denmark – DTU
Frederiksborgvej 399, Bldg. 142
P.O. Box 49
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- New Carbon Market Data on the EU-ETS
- International Workshop on Carbon Markets
- Another Perspective on Copenhagen
- Casebook on REDD On-the-Ground Impacts
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