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Tanzania and Environment

Tanzania
  • Capital: Dodoma
  • Population: 41892895
  • Size: 945087.0 Km2

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Mid-term review of the Oil for Development (OfD) Programme in Tanzania
M. Cabello; M. Beare; I. Bash / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2015
Findings obtained by the evaluation team seem to suggest that the Programme is not performing according to the original plans. In this regard, Norwegian and Tanzanians stakeholders alike seem to agree that the project is far for...
Sharing monetory benefits from REDD+ at local levels
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
Introduction and background. REDD+ is intended as a results-based mechanism compensating forest and land-owners, such as communities and individuals, for their efforts to reduce deforestation and forest degradation. In general, b...
REDD+ Pilot Projects in Tanzania 2009-2014
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
Seven NGOs implemented REDD+ pilot projects in Tanzania in 2009 - 2014. The pilots were funded by the Royal Norwegian Embassy to test and develop REDD+ readiness in Tanzania, including the verifiable reduction of carbon emissions from...
Modelling aboveground forest biomass using airborne laser scanner data in the miombo woodlands of Tanzania
E.W. Mauya / Springer 2015
Background Airborne laser scanning (ALS) has emerged as one of the most promising remote sensing technologies for estimating aboveground biomass (AGB) in forests. Use of ALS data in area-based forest inventories relies on the dev...
Final review of the project "Enhancing Tanzanian Capacity to Deliver Short and Long Term Data on Forest Carbon Stocks Across the Country" implemented by WWF Tanzania, Sokoine University of Agriculture, University of York (UK), WWF-US
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
“Enhancing Tanzanian Capacity to Deliver Short and Long Term Data on Forest Carbon Stocks across the Country” is a REDD+ pilot project implemented by World  Wide  Fund  for  nature (WWF)  Tanzania&...
Final review of the project "REDD+ Readiness in south west Tanzania" implemented by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Tanzania Program
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
The project  was designed and implemented by the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Tanzania Program to build capacity and knowledge for Tanzania to participate actively in REDD+ activities, with a focus on the montane forests o...
Final review of the project "Making REDD+ and the Carbon Market Work for Communities and Forest Conservation in Tanzania" implemented by TFCG and Mjumita.
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
“Making REDD+ and  the  Carbon  Market  work  for  Communities  and  Forest  Conservation  in Tanzania” is a five-year  project  implemented  by Tanzania&nbs...
Final review of the project "Combining REDD, PFM and FSC certification in South-Eastern Tanzania" implemented by MCDI and partners
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
The project “Combining REDD, PFM and FSC certification in South-Eastern Tanzania” was designed and implemented between January 2010 and December 2014 by Mpingo  Conservation  &  Development Initiative, M...
Final review of the project "Hifadhi ya Misitu ya Asali (HIMA) - Piloting REDD+ in Zanzibar through Community Forest Management" implemented by CARE International and partners
The Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania 2015
Background The project “Hifadhi ya Misitu ya Asili (HIMA) - Piloting REDD+ in Zanzibar through Community Forest Management” was designed and implemented between April 2010 and December 2014 by CARE International, depa...
Alternatives to local content
I. Kolstad; A. Kinyondo / World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) 2015
This paper by Ivar Kolstad and Abel Kinyondo suggests that an optimal local content policy in the context of flawed institutions is a more minimal one than those typically pursued by developing countries with recently discovered petro...
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