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Feasibility of REDD+ in Bhutan : a scoping study


Document type: report
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Abstract: Bhutan has a unique position, as a developing country with a very high forest cover and a history of limited deforestation and forest degradation. Bhutan has committed itself to become carbon neutral to negative and intends to safeguard the carbon sequestration function of its forests. It became a member of the UN-REDD programme in April 2010 and is especially interested in the opportunities from REDD+ that will include financial compensation for the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of carbon stock in developing countries. This scoping study explores the feasibility of different REDD+ options for Bhutan.
Authors: Noord, H. van
Country: Bhutan
Category: General
Keywords: forestry , nature conservation , sustainable development
Language: eng
Organization: SNV - Netherlands Development Organisation
PAGE: 49
Place: [The Hague]
Publisher: SNV
Year: 2010
Region: South Asia
Right: © 2010 SNV
Subject: Environment and Natural Resources
Title: Feasibility of REDD+ in Bhutan : a scoping study