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metadata.dc.tipo.spa: Tesis de maestría
Title: Redd+ in a climate of injustice
metadata.dc.creator: McBreen, James Patrick
metadata.dc.contributor: Cuvi, Nicolás (Dir.)
metadata.dc.date: Mar-2013
Publisher: Quito : FLACSO Sede Ecuador
Citation: McBreen, J. P. (2013). Redd+ in a climate of injustice (Tesis de Maestría en Estudios Socioambientales). FLACSO Sede Ecuador, Quito.
Keywords: REGIÓN AMAZÓNICA
ECUADOR
MEDIO AMBIENTE
CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO
REDUCCIÓN DE EMISIONES
DEGRADACIÓN DE LOS BOSQUES
CONSERVACIÓN
DESARROLLO SUSTENTABLE
BOSQUES
DERECHOS HUMANOS
SISTEMA CLIMÁTICO
DEFORESTACIÓN
PUEBLOS INDÍGENAS
metadata.dc.format: 109 p.
Description: This research attempts to elucidate the beneficial role of the REDD+ mechanism in the mitigation of climate change, as well as justice-related issues to its implementation. It examines equity issues involved in climate change and carbon trading through the REDD+ mechanism. Addressing its shortcomings without entering into deeper debates about the legitimacy of the market system in which most of us operate. A key assumption of this research is that the impending expiration of the Kyoto Protocol is bound with the expectation that any new international agreement on actions for addressing global climate change will include the development of REDD+ programmes.
metadata.dc.rights: openAccess
Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 Ecuador
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10469/5920
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