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OUGANDA: Le fonds carbone pourrait ne pas profiter aux communautés forestiÚres

Posted on 02 December 2010 by admin

Mabira Forest, Uganda. Credit: S A Perez/Wikicommons

Mabira Forest, Uganda. Credit: S A Perez/Wikicommons

Par Rosebell Kagumire*

KAMPALA, 2 dĂ©c (IPS/TerraViva) – L’Ouganda a perdu plus de deux millions d’hectares de forĂȘt depuis 1990; la plus grande partie a Ă©tĂ© convertie en terre agricole par une population croissante de petits producteurs. Le fonds carbone, Ă  travers le programme REDD, est souvent prĂ©sentĂ© comme un moyen d’arrĂȘter cette destruction, mais seulement Ă  condition que les avantages aillent rĂ©ellement Ă  la base. Continue Reading

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UGANDA: Carbon Finance May Not Benefit Forest Communities

Posted on 30 November 2010 by admin

Mabira Forest, Uganda. Credit: S A Perez/Wikicommons

Mabira Forest, Uganda. Credit: S A Perez/Wikicommons/

By Rosebell Kagumire*

KAMPALA, Nov 30, 2010 (IPS/TerraViva) – Uganda has lost more than two million hectares of forest since 1990, mostly converted to farmland by a growing population of smallholders. Carbon finance through the REDD programme is often presented as one way to arrest this destruction, but only if the benefits clearly translate to the grassroots. Continue Reading

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