Project
 
2011 - 2012


United Kingdom:

Safeguarding REDD+: Towards Robust, Efficient and Transparent Financial Governance

Key Staff:

Philippa Lincoln


In 2011, Global Witness contracted LTS to undertake a study titled “Safeguarding REDD+: Working Towards Robust, Efficient & Transparent Financial Governance”. LTS identified the main risks in REDD financial flows (from both public and private sources) from international to local level, and proposed appropriate financial audit mechanisms and safeguards to mitigate these risks. We then reviewed existing funding mechanisms, assessed the various risks (misrepresentation, misappropriation, inefficiencies), and proposed various checks and oversight mechanisms based on international audit and public finance best practice. The report can be found here.



Clients: Global Witness


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Geography: United Kingdom

Date: 2011 - 2012

Keywords: Global Witness, funds, safeguards, governance, forests, finance mechanism, REDD+
 
 


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