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  • F Danielsen, T Adrian, S Brofeldt, M Van Noordwijk, M K Poulsen, S Rahayu +35 others
  • 2013
Will community monitoring assist in delivering just and equitable REDD+? We assessed whether local communities can effectively estimate carbon stocks in some of the world's most carbon rich forests, using simple field protocols, and we reviewed whether community monitoring exists in current REDD+ pilots. We obtained similar results for forest carbon when(More)
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries, and the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests, and enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries (REDD+) is a potentially powerful international policy mechanism that many tropical countries are working towards implementing. Thus far,(More)
Wild aquatic resources are important for the livelihoods of rural communities in the Greater Mekong. This study assessed the economic value of wild aquatic animals and plants in the total mean annual net income of sample households in the study site which were divided into aquatics-non-dependent, and aquatics-dependent households. It was hypothesized that(More)
The rapidly growing car industry in China has led to an equally rapid expansion of monoculture rubber in many regions of South East Asia. Xishuangbanna, the second largest rubber planting area in China, located in the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot, supplies about 37% of the domestic natural rubber production. There, high income possibilities from rubber(More)
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