UN-REDD Viet Nam Phase II Programme: Operationalising REDD+ in Viet Nam

Viet Nam is considered one of the most vulnerable countries to the adverse effects of climate change, facing potential extensive economic damage and loss of life. The country therefore has much to gain by joining the international challenge to mitigate GHG emissions, even though Vietnamese emissions per capita remain very low. Importantly, the National Strategy on Climate Change (approved in December 2011) aims for the “protection and sustainable development of forest, increasing carbon removals and biodiversity conservation” as one of its key strategies.

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Document type Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
Language of document
  • English
Short title (alternative/varying form of title) UN-REDD Viet Nam Phase II Programme
Topics Mitigation
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Viet Nam
Copyright Unclear copyright
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Contact

Dr. Akiko Inoguchi Forestry Officer (REDD+), Food and Agriculture Organizaton of the United Nations (FAO) 128 Phonxay Road, Vientiane 1640, Laos Tel: +856 21 413 205

Co-author (individual) UN-REDD Programme
Publication place Vietnam
Publisher UN-REDD Programme
Publication date 2013
Pagination 350
General note

Additional resources available here: http://www.unredd.net/regions-and-countries/asia-pacific/viet-nam.html

Keywords REDD+,FCPF,GHG
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