Information Brief: Comparative study on national REDD+ strategy development processes in Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand

The main objective of this research is to document insights for REDD+ policymakers in Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand on how barriers can be overcome and opportunities seized for key components of national REDD+ strategies or action plans in order to ensure effective, efficient and equitable REDD+ implementation in their countries. The main boundary partners are the REDD+ policymakers in each country. Results from this research will also engage with academic discussions on science-policy interface, market-based approaches to forest governance in developing countries, stakeholders’ assessments of policies on climate change, and national sovereignty. 

By Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia University of Forestry, Yezin, Myanmar Kasetsart University, Thailand