Combatting corruption risks in MRV systems for REDD+

20 January 2014, 14:00 - 17:30
Centre de Conférences de Varembé (CCV), 9-11 Rue de Varembé, Geneva, Switzerland

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Transparency International’s (TI) multi-country Climate Finance Integrity Programme is dedicated to ensuring that public money for climate change actions – adaptation, mitigation and REDD+ - is spent effectively, with integrity and free from corruption and fraud.  was established over a decade ago by WWF and other NGOs to ensure best practice within environmental markets. 

On Monday 20 January, TI and the GSF will bring together anti-corruption and climate experts and practitioners to discuss and develop concrete solutions to the practical challenges that exist for the transparent and accountable implementation of REDD+. The Climate Finance Integrity Talk’s intended outcome is a set of recommendations for national and global REDD+ institutions and for civil society more broadly. During the session Chatham House Rules may be invoked where necessary to maintain open and frank debate of the issues.

Participation is free but with limited spaces, secured through . Interested persons should have sufficient knowledge of or interest in issues of REDD+ governance and a keenness to actively contribute to discussions.

For more information on the afternoon’s discussions, please see the background briefing note and draft agenda, attached. Do not hesitate to contact Leah Good with any questions.

Event location


Centre de Conférences de Varembé (CCV)
9-11 Rue de Varembé
1211 Genève 20

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Combatting corruption risks in MRV systems for REDD+

20 January 2014
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20 January 2014
Transparency International participants:
Brice Boehmer, Leah Good, Claire Martin
Organised by:
The Gold Standard Foundation and Transparency International

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