additionality

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Additionality refers to the near-impossibility of predicting what might have happened in the absence of the REDD project. (redd-monitor.org)

Related terms:
leakageLeakage refers to the fact that while deforestation might be avoided in one place, the forest destroyers might move to another area of forest or to a different country. (redd-monitor.org), permanencePermanence refers to the fact that carbon stored in trees is only temporarily stored. All trees eventually die and release the carbon back to the atmosphere. (redd-monitor.org), REDD measurementsMeasurement refers to the fact that accurately measuring the amount of carbon stored in forests and forest soils is extremely complex – and prone to large errors. (redd-monitor.org)Measurement refers to the fact that accurately measuring the amount of carbon stored in forests and forest soils ..., project baselinesBaseline is the status of services and outcome-related measures such as knowledge, attitudes, norms, behaviors, and conditions before an intervention, against which progress can be assessed or comparisons made. (Glossary Monitoring and Evaluation Terms; MERG Monitoring & Evaluation Reference ...

Broader terms:
investment problems REDD plus, technical REDD issues, corporate reportingCorporate inventory program. A program to produce annual corporate inventories that are keeping with the principles, standards, and guidance of the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard. This includes all institutional, managerial, and technical arrangements made for the collection of data, ...

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