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Tipo do documento: doctoralThesis
Título: Brazil in the Global Forest Governance: the Brazilian Initiative of Developing a National Strategy on REDD+ Policies
Autor: Gallo Barbosa Lima, Patricia
Orientador: Albrecht, Eike
Primeiro coorientador: Wätzold, Frank
Resumo: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) is now a significant piece of the international climate agreement. This present dissertation aims to investigate the overall framework of REDD+ development as a national strategy in Brazil. Moreover, it focuses on identifying the major challenges and policy constraints of this development design process. A further aim is at the end of the research to proffer pathways for improvement of domestic forest governance in Brazil. Using the sustainable forest landscape governance approach as the overarching conceptual for an effective REDD+ implementation within the Brazilian context and, building on this analysis, the conclusions advance some considerations on what features should be prioritised in the development and establishment of the Brazilian REDD+ national strategy. This dissertation is a grounded theoretical analysis and is centered on the conception that although REDD+ is strongly treated by the Federal Government as an expansion of its actions with regard to sustainable development, by turning forests into an economic asset and strengthening institutions and laws, it is much more likely that Brazil can deal with the environmental challenges it has been facing.
Abstract: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) is now a significant piece of the international climate agreement. This present dissertation aims to investigate the overall framework of REDD+ development as a national strategy in Brazil. Moreover, it focuses on identifying the major challenges and policy constraints of this development design process. A further aim is at the end of the research to proffer pathways for improvement of domestic forest governance in Brazil. Using the sustainable forest landscape governance approach as the overarching conceptual for an effective REDD+ implementation within the Brazilian context and, building on this analysis, the conclusions advance some considerations on what features should be prioritised in the development and establishment of the Brazilian REDD+ national strategy. This dissertation is a grounded theoretical analysis and is centered on the conception that although REDD+ is strongly treated by the Federal Government as an expansion of its actions with regard to sustainable development, by turning forests into an economic asset and strengthening institutions and laws, it is much more likely that Brazil can deal with the environmental challenges it has been facing.
Palavras-chave: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)
Landscape approach
Forest governance
Brazil
Grounded analysis
Área(s) do conhecimento: Economia dos Recursos Naturais
Idioma: eng
País: Alemanha
Instituição: Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU)
Departamento: Department of Civil and Public Law with References to the Law of Europe and the Environment
Programa: Environmental and Resource Management PhD Programme
Tipo de acesso: openAccess
URI: http://deposita.ibict.br/handle/deposita/27
Data de publicação: 2017
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