Realising Redd+: National strategy and policy options

@inproceedings{Angelsen2009RealisingRN,
  title={Realising Redd+: National strategy and policy options},
  author={A. Angelsen and M. Brockhaus and M. Kanninen and Erin O. Sills and W. Sunderlin and S. Wertz-Kanounnikoff},
  year={2009}
}
  • A. Angelsen, M. Brockhaus, +3 authors S. Wertz-Kanounnikoff
  • Published 2009
  • Environmental Science
  • Performance-based payments are key, yet limited. Payments based on performance directly incentivise and compensate forest owners and users. But schemes such as payments for environmental services (PES) depend on conditions, such as secure tenure, solid carbon data and transparent governance, that are often lacking and take time to change. This constraint reinforces the need for broad institutional and policy reforms. 
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