Land tenure and REDD+: The good, the bad and the ugly

@inproceedings{Larson2013LandTA,
  title={Land tenure and REDD+: The good, the bad and the ugly},
  author={Anne M. Larson and Maria Brockhaus and William D. Sunderlin and Amy E. Duchelle and Andrea Babon and Therese Dokken and Thu Thuy Pham and Ida Aju Pradnja Resosudarmo and Galia Selaya and Abdon Awono and Thu-Ba Huynh},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract A number of international donors, national governments and project proponents have begun to lay the groundwork for REDD+, but tenure insecurity – including the potential risks of land grabbing by outsiders and loss of local user rights to forests and forest land – is one of the main reasons that many indigenous and other local peoples have publicly opposed it. Under what conditions is REDD+ a threat to local rights, and under what conditions does it present an opportunity? This article… CONTINUE READING

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