Implementing REDD+: lessons from analysis of forest governance

@article{Kanowski2011ImplementingRL,
  title={Implementing REDD+: lessons from analysis of forest governance},
  author={P. Kanowski and C. McDermott and B. Cashore},
  journal={Environmental Science & Policy},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={111-117}
}
  • P. Kanowski, C. McDermott, B. Cashore
  • Published 2011
  • Business
  • Environmental Science & Policy
  • The anticipated benefits and co-benefits of REDD+ generated considerable enthusiasm and momentum prior to the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, and the lack of agreement of a global mechanism for REDD+ at that Conference generated corresponding disappointment. However, experience from earlier forest-related initiatives, and from recent research in environmental and forest governance, suggest ways forward for REDD+ even in the absence of a post-2012 climate agreement. Comparative studies… CONTINUE READING
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