Earlier this week, REDD-Monitor wrote a post about a CIFOR InfoBrief on the “REDD+ Governance Landscape” in Brazil. While the brief is interesting, I was concerned that those critical of, or opposed to REDD were excluded from CIFOR’s study.
“Financialisation means the increasing role of financial motives, financial markets, financial actors and financial institutions in the operation of the domestic and international economies.”
At the end of June 2015, President Barack Obama and President Dilma Rousseff put out a “U.S.-Brazil Joint Statement On Climate Change”. It’s good to see that the two Presidents put climate change at the top of their agenda when they met.
In 2010, the state of Acre in Brazil set up the world’s first jurisdictional REDD programme. Acre’s State System of Incentives for Environmental Services (SISA) was created through State Law 2.308.