Finding ways to build REDD+
Cutting down forests contributes to climate change. REDD+ is an international program which tries to tackle this practice, and Tanzania is part of the process. Universities like SUA are assisting in this and asking themselves “How best should REDD+ be built to ensure for sustainable development?”. The project “REDD Architecture in Tanzania: Assessment of REDD options for Livelihood Security and Sustainable Development” is looking at different ways of managing forest in Tanzania, and how it would work to add the REDD+ structure on top of these management systems. – Output from the Norwegian funded Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM) Programme in Tanzania.