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Title: REDD+ in Vietnam: Integrating National and Subnational Approaches
Authors: Phuc, To Xuan
Olander, Jacob
O'Sullivan, Robert
Hawkins, Slayde
Hung, Pham Quoc
Kitamura, Noriyoshi
Keywords: Vietnam
Climate Change
Series/Report no.: Forest Trends;Page I - VII, 1-35
Abstract: The international REDD+ community is still struggling with the question how a future REDD+ mechanism may be implemented in practice, both internationally under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and domestically within countries. There is a general consensus that emission reductions and removals must ultimately beaccounted for at the national level. The “Nested” REDD+ approach has been discussed widely in this context,in which projects and/or subnational programs are integrated into higher-level accounting which can help providea coherent picture of how a set of projects, policies and measures are contributing to countries´ progress inreducing emissions. This new report, which was funded by NORAD and DFID, provides background information andpreliminary advice to the Government of Vietnam and stakeholders in Vietnam on how to integrate national and subnational approaches to REDD+ in Vietnam.
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