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Assessing progress in national REDD+ policy processes

This presentation by Monica Di Gregorio, M. Brockhaus, K. Korhonen-Kurki, J. Sehring, T. Cronin, S. Mardiah, L. Santoso, and E. Muharrom during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Climate change: Low-emissions development and societal welfare - trade offs, risks and power struggles in forest and climate change policy arenas" focuses on the REDD Global Comparative Study (GCS), key policy challenges and regime types, how progress in REDD+ is actually defined and what conclusions can be drawn.

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