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TitleCommunity forest monitoring for the carbon market
Author edited by Margaret Skutsch
Imprint London : Earthscan, 2011
Descript xix, 188 p. : ill., map. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

Why community forest monitoring? -- How much carbon does community forest management save? -- Local participation in mapping, measuring and monitoring for community carbon forestry -- The policy context of community monitoring for REDD+ -- Information requirements for National REDD+ programmes -- The costs and reliability of forest carbon monitoring by communities -- A field guide for community forest carbon monitoring -- Participatory mapping and monitoring of forest carbon services using freeware: cyber tracker and Google Earth -- The cost to communities of participating in REDD+ in Nepal -- Community carbon forestry to counter forest degradation in the Indian Himalayas -- The potential of community forest management under REDD+ for achieving MDG goals in Tanzania -- West Africa: carbon savings through community management of dry savanna woodlands -- Can carbon compete with the loggers in Papua New Guinea -- Will poors Nelalese communities be able to access REDD+ carbon credits? a legal analysis


Carbon sequestration Forests and foresty -- Environmetal aspects

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