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National Strategy for Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)

Although the role of forests in sequestering carbon and helping to mitigate climate change was recognized in the Kyoto Protocol, reducing emissions from deforestation was excluded as an emissions reduction strategy - until its reintroduction into UNFCCC negotiations at CoP 11 in Montreal. REDD+ and forests were formally proposed for inclusion in the official negotiation agenda for a post-2012 regime at the CoP 13 of the UNFCCC in December 2007 in Bali. Discussions continued at CoP 14 in Poznan, Poland, in December 2008.

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