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REDD+ and Indigenous People in Climate Change Domain
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REDD+ and Indigenous People in Climate Change Domain

MULT90004 - Sustainability Governance and Leadership

19 Pages University of Melbourne Essay / Project Year Uploaded: 2017

This paper is aimed at analysing the impacts Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) may pose to forest-dependent communities through the lens of social justice and rights of indigenous people to self-determination. The underpinning research questions which the author seeks to answer are: (1) Is REDD+ a just mechanism in climate change mitigation regime? (2) Does REDD+ infringe the rights of indigenous people in term of self-determination?

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