Resources and Publications
5. The second R in REDD; reducing forest degradation

 

Papers and articles:

Skutsch, M, and McCall, M (2009). Reassessing REDD: governance, the market and the hype cycle. Springboard Editorial, Climatic Change (2010)
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Skutsch, M., McCall, M and Lovett, J (2009) First steps on the road to REDD+; response to editorial On the Road to REDD+, Nature 462,11
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Skutsch, M (2008)10 propositions regarding the second D. Presented at Forest Day 2, Poznan.
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Skutsch, M (2008) Policy Paper no. 1: KTGAL: In REDD, the second D is for Degradation.
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Skutsch, M and Trines, E (2008) Policy Paper no. 2: KTGAL: Operationalising reduced degradation within REDD.
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Skutsch, M, McCall, M and Trines , E (2009) Reference Scenarios for Degradation under REDD. KTGAL Policy Paper 5
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Zahabu, E., Skutsch M., Sosovele H., Malimbwi, R.E. (2007) Reduced emissions from deforestation and degradation. Afr. J. Ecol., 45, PP 451–453.
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Skutsch, M. (2006). Can Carbon Income Combat Forest Degradation? Community Forest Management for Climate Mitigation and Poverty Alleviation. Rationale and case studies. Working paper, KYOTO: Think Global, Act Local project.
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Presentations:

 

Skutsch, M, (2009) How can degradation be operationalised under REDD. Presented at the SBSTA30 Side Event: šA better way of dealing with degradationš Bonn, June 1 2009.
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