Corruption and REDD+ in the Philippines: Risks and Ways Forward

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Corruption and REDD+ in the Philippines: Risks and Ways Forward

26 May 2015
Author / Speaker: 
Justine Nicole Torres, Ateneo de Manila University - Other materials by the author

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This presentation discusses the corruption risks in implementing Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) in the Philippines, which is still in the readiness phase. REDD+ brings several potential corruption risks as it may enable new forms of corruption, or entrench existing corruption.

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