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REDD Opportunities Scoping Exercise (ROSE): A Tool for Prioritizing Sub-national REDD+ Activities - Case Studies from Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda

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Contributors: Michael Richards, Rebecca Asare, Sara Namirembe, Jacob Olander, Matt Quinlan

The ROSE was developed by the Katoomba Ecosystem Services Incubator as a tool for classifying and prioritizing potential REDD+ sub-national activities and for assessing critical constraitnts to project development. The ROSE tool was developed and improved during 2009 by conducting case studies in Tanzania, Uganda and Ghana. The tool has two main phases; a 2-3 day expert workshop and an analysis of policy, legal and institutional constraints by a small in-country team following the workshop.This report report by Michael Richards, Rebecca Asare, Sara Namirembe, Jacob Olander and Matt Quinlan explains the ROSE methodology and process, and summarizes the key findings of the case studies.

Author(s): Michael Richards , Rebecca Asare , Sara Namirembe , Jacob Olander , Matt Quinlan

Publication Date: 2010

Location: Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda

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