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National workshop of forest stakeholders on reduced emission form all land uses in Cameroon - workshop report, Yaounde 6-7 May, 2010

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This report explores key elements to support a whole landscape approach for carbon accounting in Cameroon to integrate a cross-sectoral discourse in the debate about REDD. These include: the understanding of the main dynamics in the forest and agricultural sector the direct and underlying causes and actors of deforestation and land use change in the humid forest zone the policy framework ruling the forest sector and the implementation of the 1994 Forest Code principles of the rights to resources tenure and potential conflicts on land and forest resources concerning REDD of the opportunities for on-farm timber production.

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