Monday, May 9, 2016

Voigt: Research Handbook on REDD+ and International Law

Christina Voigt (Univ. of Oslo - Law) has published Research Handbook on REDD+ and International Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016). Contents include:
  • Christina Voigt, Introduction: The Kaleidoscopic World of REDD+
  • Antonio G. M. La Viña, Alaya De Leon & Reginald Rex Barrer, History and Future of REDD+ in the UNFCCC: Issues and Challenges
  • Christina Voigt & Felipe Ferreira, The Warsaw Framework for REDD+: Implications for National Implementation and Results-Based Finance
  • Harro Van Asselt & Constance L. McDermott, The Institutional Complex for REDD+: A ‘Benevolent Jigsaw’?
  • Margaret A. Young, REDD+ and Interacting Legal Regimes
  • Annalisa Savaresi, The Legal Status and Role of Safeguards
  • Sébastien Jodoin, The Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Forest-Dependent Communities in the Complex Legal Framework for REDD+
  • Andrew Long, The Convention on Biological Diversity and REDD+
  • Charlotte Streck & Michaela Schwedeler, Addressing Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation Through International Law
  • Kirsty Gover, REDD+, Tenure and Indigenous Property: The Promise and Peril of a ‘Human Rights-Based Approach’
  • Ernesto Roessing Neto & Joyeeta Gupta, REDD+ and Multilevel Governance Beyond the Climate Negotiations
  • Peter Horne, Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Getting Post-Earth Summit Forest Protection Back on Track
  • Paul Keenlyside, John Costenbader & Charlie Parker, Managing Fiduciary Risk in REDD+
  • Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Markus Gehring & Andrew Wardell, REDD+ Instruments, International Investment Rules and Sustainable Landscapes
  • Patricia Elias, Rediscovering Ambition, Implementation and Operationalization
  • Kristen Hite, Adjudicating Disputes Across Scales: Global Administrative Law Considerations for REDD+