REDD in Comparative Perspective: Local and National Governance Issues (completed)
The research is concerned with people whose livelihoods are based largely on the forest and who are therefore affected by the new global initiative - REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation).
About the project
This project focuses particulary on issues of governance, at a local, national and global level. A number of countries are included, especially Indonesia and Tanzania, but also in the Aamazon, and the research draws on different disciplines: anthropology, political economy and ecology.
The project has received seed-funding from LEVE.
Networking activities from Norad
Research and institution-building in Indonesia from the Norwegian Embassy, Jakarta
Research and capacity-building in Tanzania (CCIAM) from Norad