8 black & white illustrations, 4 black & white tables
Shirley J. Fiske, Stephanie Paladino
Table Of Contents
FOREWORD The Carbon Offsetting Dilemma Esteve Corbera INTRODUCTION Carbon Offset, Markets, and Social Equity: Trading in Forests to Save the Planet Shirley J. Fiske and Stephanie Paladino SECTION I: FRAMING THE CARBON REGIME IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL TRENDS 1. A Genealogy of Exchangeable Nature James Igoe 2. Profits and Promises: Can Carbon Trading Save Forests and Aid Development? Kathleen McAfee 3. Forest Carbon Sinks Prior to REDD: A Brief History of their Role in the Clean Development Mechanism Maria Gutierrez 4. Justice and Equity in Carbon Offset Governance: Debates and Dilemmas Mary Finley-Brook SECTION II: ACCOUNTING AND ACCOUNTABILITY 5. The Limitations of International Auditing: The Case of the Norway-Guyana REDD+ Agreement Janette Bulkan 6. Corporate Carbon Footprinting as Techno-political Practice Ingmar Lippert 7. Regulating Fairness in the Design of California's Cap-and-Trade Market Patrick Bigger SECTION III: NATIONAL AND SUBNATIONAL FRAMINGS 8. Carbon, Carbon Everywhere: How Climate Change is Transforming Conservation in Costa Rica Robert Fletcher 9. Customary Landowners, Logging Companies, and Conservationists in a Decentralized State: The Case of REDD+ and PES in Papua New Guinea David Lipset and Bridget Henning 10. Interrogating Public Debates over Jurisdictional REDD+ in California's Global Warming Solutions Act: Implications for Social Equity Libby Blanchard and Bhaskar Vira 11. Doing REDD+ Work in Vietnam: Will the New Carbon Focus Bring Equity to Forest Management? Pamela McElwee SECTION IV: REDD, RIGHTS, AND EQUITY 12. Renegotiating REDD: Beyond Social Safeguards to Social Contracts Michael Brown 13. A Win-Win Scenario? The Prospects for Indigenous Peoples in Carbon Sequestration: REDD Projects in Brazil Janet Chernela and Laura Zanotti 14. Equity Concerns During REDD+ Planning and Early Implementation: A Case from Malawi Heather Yocum 15. Lessons from Community Forestry for REDD+ Social Soundness Janis B. Alcorn SECTION V: ALTERNATIVE CONFIGURATIONS OF COMMUNITY AND GOVERNANCE 16. Empowering Forest Dependent Communities: The Role of REDD+ and PES Projects Mark Poffenberger 17. Climate Mitigation Based in Adaptation: El Salvador's Restoration of Mangrove Ecosystems, 2011-2013 Fiona Wilmot 18. A Critical Reflection on Social Equity in Ugandan Carbon Forestry Adrian Nel
Stephanie Paladino is an environmental anthropologist with the Center for Applied Social Research, University of Oklahoma, USA. Her research focuses on how environmental governance strengthens equity and sustainability, most recently in the areas of carbon forestry offset markets, oils spill response, ecologically protected areas, and the Rio Grande basin. Shirley J. Fiske is Research Professor at the University of Maryland. USA. She is an environmental anthropologist with career experience in the executive and legislative branches of the US government in ocean, climate change, and natural resources management policy and governance. She was awarded the 2016 Solon T. Kimball Award for public and applied anthropology by the American Anthropological Association.