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redd up

(chiefly Midwestern United States) To clean or tidy up; to empty or clear out (something or some space). Primarily heard in US. When we were growing up, we were all expected to help redd up after each meal. I'll be spending this weekend redding up the garage.
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The REDD scheme unfolding in Chiapas offers a particularly compelling test for this controversial idea.
WALHI, Indonesia's peak environmental organisation, says REDD schemes will only work if they are tied to strong governance and law enforcement--qualities that are in short supply in Indonesia.
Two Redd family compositions are also included: The effortlessly swinging title track, composed by the vibraphonist, and Old Man Roker, a lighthearted portrait in rhythm by his son, Charlie Redd.
The ACFID report's author, Mr Andrew Macintosh--Australian National University's Associate Director at the Centre for Climate Law and Policy- says the establishment of an effective REDD scheme will take time.
Another contentious issue in the REDD negotiations is the treatment of forest degradation and inclusion of the concept of 'sustainable forest management', which NGOs fear will enable industrial scale logging.
At times the debates within the REDD working group on offsetting carbon reflected a general concern within member states about the use of market-based mechanisms in general, with some G77 countries becoming increasingly hostile to the North using the international carbon market to avoid their UNFCCC responsibilities (e.
How do you ensure that REDD leads to emissions reductions that are real and additional, meaning they would not have happened without a REDD program?
Most critically, they suggested that countries participating in REDD schemes commit to reducing deforestation on a national rather than project level, thus addressing the pressing concern about leakage.
Part IV of this Article offers suggestions that can not only enhance the existing REDD framework, but can also provide an avenue by which the voices and demands of indigenous peoples and forest-dependent communities are not stifled.
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Para la preparacion de REDD+, la mayoria del financiamiento es proporcionado a traves de programas de desarrollo y cooperacion de los paises desarrollados, a traves de organismos internacionales y multilaterales como el sistema de Naciones Unidas mediante el programa ONU REDD y el Banco Mundial con el Fondo Cooperativo para el Carbono de los Bosques (FCPF) y tambien a traves de iniciativas de cooperacion bilaterales o mediante ONGs.
Douglas Elliman Real Estate announced that Amala Redd has joined the firm's office at 1995 Broadway.
REDD project developers seem to be especially fond of projects that focus on restricting traditional farming practices, even as they shy away from efforts to tackle the true causes of deforestation: the expansion of industrial agriculture, massive infrastructure projects, large-scale logging, and out-of-control consumption.
Loretto McLaughlin Redd (Auvil) was born on August 23, 1931, the eighth of nine children to Andrew Walton Redd, a mail carrier, and Bessie Arnold Redd, a nurse.