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  • Forest Preservation in a Changing Climate
  • REDD+ and Indigenous and Community Rights in Indonesia and Tanzania
  • Online publication date: September 2017
  • pp v-vii
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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        • Sébastien Jodoin, McGill University, Montréal
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Contents

  1. Acknowledgments

  2. Disclosures

  3. List of Abbreviations and Acronyms

  4. Introduction: Grappling with the REDD+ Paradox

    1. Background and Context

    2. Existing Knowledge

    3. Analytical Framework

    4. Research Design

    5. Originality and Significance

    6. Overview

  5. 1The Transnational Legal Process for REDD+

    1. 1.1The Origins of the Transnational Legal Process for REDD+

    2. 1.2Levels, Sites, and Forms of Law in the Transnational Legal Process for REDD+

    3. 1.3The Complexity of the Transnational Legal Process for REDD+

  6. 2Rights and REDD+ in International and Transnational Law

    1. 2.1The Emergence of Rights in the Field of REDD+

    2. 2.2Indigenous and Community Rights in UNFCCC Decision-Making on REDD+

    3. 2.3Indigenous and Community Rights in the World Bank FCPF

    4. 2.4Indigenous and Community Rights in the UN-REDD Programme

    5. 2.5Indigenous and Community Rights in the CCBA

    6. 2.6Indigenous and Community Rights in the REDD+ SES

    7. 2.7Heterogeneity in the Recognition of Indigenous and Community Rights in International and Transnational Sites of Law for REDD+

  7. 3Rights and Jurisdictional REDD+ in Indonesia

    1. 3.1Forests, Governance, and Rights in Indonesia

    2. 3.2The Pursuit and Governance of Jurisdictional REDD+ in Indonesia

    3. 3.3The Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Jurisdictional REDD+ Readiness Activities in Indonesia

    4. 3.4Explaining the Conveyance and Construction of Rights through Jurisdictional REDD+ Activities in Indonesia

    5. 3.5REDD+ and the Future of Indigenous and Community Rights in Indonesia

  8. 4Rights and Jurisdictional REDD+ in Tanzania

    1. 4.1Forests, Governance, and Rights in Tanzania

    2. 4.2The Pursuit and Governance of Jurisdictional REDD+ in Tanzania

    3. 4.3The Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Jurisdictional REDD+ Readiness Activities in Tanzania

    4. 4.4Explaining the Conveyance and Construction of Rights through Jurisdictional REDD+ Activities in Tanzania

    5. 4.5REDD+ and the Future of Indigenous and Community Rights in Tanzania

  9. 5Rights and Project-Based REDD+ in Indonesia and Tanzania

    1. 5.1The Transnational Market for Project-Based REDD+ Activities

    2. 5.2Rights and Project-Based REDD+ Activities in Indonesia

    3. 5.3Rights and Project-Based REDD+ Activities in Tanzania

    4. 5.4Explaining the Conveyance and Construction of Rights in Project-Based REDD+ Activities in Indonesia and Tanzania

    5. 5.5The Future of Indigenous and Community Rights in the Transnational Market for REDD+

  10. 6Comparing Rights and REDD+ in Indonesia and Tanzania

    1. 6.1Rights and Jurisdictional REDD+ in Indonesia and Tanzania

    2. 6.2Rights and Project-Based REDD+ in Indonesia and Tanzania

    3. 6.3Rights and REDD+ at Multiple Levels in Indonesia and Tanzania

  11. Conclusion: REDD+, Rights, and Law in a Transnational Perspective

    1. Significant Findings on REDD+ and Rights

    2. Limitations

    3. Future Research on REDD+ and Rights

    4. Implications for the Study of Transnational Legal Processes

    5. REDD+ and the Intersections of Human Rights and Environmental Governance

  12. Annex I: Overview of REDD+ Activities in the Developing World

  13. Bibliography

  14. Index