Making a case for a REDD++ aproach

The development from REDD to REDD+ is a good sign of the changing paradigm on the REDD plan. REDD+ does not just view natural forests as carbon stock, but far more importantly, as natural ecosystem service resources. Another additional step has to be taken in this reasoning, making use of agroforestry -that would mean not only conserving the tropical ecosystem that not only sequester carbon dioxide but at the same time considerably improve the agricultural environment by the massive use of trees, raising and nursing them in a participatory approach in the often degraded agricultural environment. This is at the same time an adaptation strategy to climate change. Read more


What is the difference

What is the difference between REDD, REDD+ and REDD++? Thank you!

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