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000017210 041__ $$aEnglish
000017210 100__ $$aGurun, J.
000017210 245__ $$aGetting REDD+ Right for Women: An analysis of the barriers and opportunities for women’s participation in the REDD+ sector in Asia
000017210 260__ $$c2011
000017210 260__ $$bUSAID
000017210 300__ $$a112
000017210 520__ $$aDeforestation and forest degradation, through agricultural expansion, conversion to pastureland, infrastructure development, unsustainable logging practices, fires, etc., accounts for nearly 20% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, more than the entire global transportation sector and second only to the energy sector. There is now widespread consensus that the global average temperature increase must be stabilized at or below two degrees Celsius to keep the impacts of climate change within limits that human and natural systems willreasonably be able to tolerate. Achieving this objective is practically impossible without reducing emissions from the forest sector as part of a suite of mitigation action
000017210 653__ $$aWomen's participation
000017210 653__ $$aforest management
000017210 653__ $$aAsia
000017210 653__ $$aWomen's participation
000017210 653__ $$aforest management
000017210 653__ $$aAsia
000017210 650__ $$aForest and forestry
000017210 700__ $$aGiri, K.
000017210 700__ $$aSetyowati, A. B.
000017210 700__ $$aLebow, E.
000017210 980__ $$aREPORT