Pionero Cuestionado: La postura de Brasil frente al mecanismo REDD+

Autores

  • Joel Hernán González Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26556/1807-1260.v15.n30.p60-71.2018

Resumo

The present article is inserted in general in the problematic of the climatic change and more precisely in the role that the forests play in this one. Many actors have expressed their concern about a phenomenon that seems to give no respite and that emerges as one of the great challenges of our century. Notwithstanding the concerns and role played by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), much work remains to be done, especially in raising awareness of the importance and size of the problem. One of the major anthropogenic phenomena that functions as the engine of climate change is deforestation. REDD + is an attempt by the UNFCCC to respond to the problems of forests and to the continued emissions from the land-use change sector. Here the Brazilian position was analyzed, which, not without difficulties and questions, has emerged as a "pioneer" in the design and implementation of REDD + strategies.

Biografia do Autor

Joel Hernán González, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina

Doctorando en Relaciones Internacionales por la Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Secretario del Departamento de Medio Ambiente del Instituto de Relaciones Internacionales (IRI) de la Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP).

Publicado

2018-12-30

Como Citar

González, J. H. (2018). Pionero Cuestionado: La postura de Brasil frente al mecanismo REDD+. Revista Intellector - ISSN 1807-1260 - [CENEGRI], 15(30), 60–71. https://doi.org/10.26556/1807-1260.v15.n30.p60-71.2018

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