Towards ending natural forest loss by 2030: UNFCCC REDD+ and deforestation-free supply chains

Hargita, Yvonne GND; Gießen, Lukas GND; Günter, Sven GND

The present study is a timely and strategic effort to compare UNFCCC REDD+ and DFSC with regard to a spatial linkage of both concepts, especially in the light of the 2020-2030 timeline on commitments from the public- and the private sector. Besides multiple potential synergies, as for permanence, leakage, and monitoring systems, subsistence driven deforestation could become a blind spot outside the scope of both concepts with negative consequences for affected communities.

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Hargita, Yvonne / Gießen, Lukas / Günter, Sven: Towards ending natural forest loss by 2030: UNFCCC REDD+ and deforestation-free supply chains. Hamburg 2020. Thünen Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics.

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