Co-investment paradigms as alternatives to payments for tree-based ecosystem services in Africa

@article{Namirembe2014CoinvestmentPA,
  title={Co-investment paradigms as alternatives to payments for tree-based ecosystem services in Africa},
  author={S. Namirembe and B. Leimona and M. Noordwijk and F. Bernard and K. E. Bacwayo},
  journal={Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={89-97}
}
Multiple paradigms have emerged within the broad payments for ecosystem services (ES) domain for internalizing externalities of local land-use change decisions. These range from reward of ready-made ES delivery (commoditised) to reward of processes of ES generation (co-investment). Evidence from tree-based projects in Africa suggests that currently, only carbon sequestration and emission reduction are ‘commoditised’, however in an artificial way where payments are not matched to ES delivery… Expand
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