2013 – Special Issue on REDD+. Vol. 11(2)

This issue of JFL brings diverse issues, lessons and insights gained from the field experience and therefore contributes to ongoing debate on REDD+ in Nepal and beyond by informing academicians, policy makers and practitioners. This issue has two different sets of articles; the first set – comprising of five articles – brings the analysis and synthesis of the lessons from
grassroots interventions and information on REDD+ related concepts. 

Luintel, H., Silori, C.S., Frick, S. and Poudyal, B.H. 2013. Grassroots Capacity Building for REDD+: Lessons from Nepal. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Poudyal, B.H., Paudel, G. and Luintel, H. 2013. Enhancing REDD+ Outcomes through Improved Governance of Community Forestry User Groups. Journal of Forest and Livelihood,11(2).

Silori, C.S., Frick, S., Luintel, H. and Poudyal, B.H. 2013. Social Safeguards in REDD+: A Review of Existing Initiatives and Challenges. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Karky, B.S., Vaidya, R., Karki, S. and Tulachan, B. 2013. What is REDD+ Additionality in Community-Managed Forest for Nepal? Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Manandhar, U. 2013. Forest Monitoring, Measurement, Reporting and Verifications: From Principle to Practice. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Paudel, G. and Karki, R. 2013. REDD+ Governance, Benefit Sharing and the Community: Understanding REDD+ from Stakeholder’s Perspective in Nepal. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Joshi, L., Karky, B.S., Poudel, K.C., Bhattarai, K., Dangi, R., Acharya, K., Uprety, B., Singh, V., Chan, N. and Manandhar, U. 2013. Co-benefits of REDD+ in Community-Managed Forests in Nepal. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Bluffstone, R. 2013. Economics of REDD+ and Community Forestry. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Gritten, D., Silori, C., Suzuki, R. and Dhiaulhaq, A. 2013. REDD+ as a Source of Conflict and Cooperation. Journal of Forest and Livelihood, 11(2).

Sherpa, P.D. and Rai, T.B. 2013. Experience of Nepali Indigenous Peoples on Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC). Journal of Forest and Livelihood,11(2).