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REDD+ projects often need more rigorous monitoring

A recent study by scientists at the Center for International Forestry Research in Indonesia and Wageningen University in the Netherlands, published in Environmental Research Letters (ERL), has found that half of the 20 sampled climate change mitigation (REDD+) projects do … Continue reading

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Access and Benefits in Payments for Environmental Services and Implications for REDD+: Lessons from seven PES schemes

By Sango Mahanty This paper presents findings from a study of seven Payment for Environmental Service (PES) schemes that assessed impacts on livelihoods and implications for the design of incentive mechanisms for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+). It … Continue reading

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Mangroves offer Win –Win opportunity by Mark Huxham

Healthy mangrove forests provide a huge range of environmental benefits and need to be protected, says Mark Huxham. In this week’s Green Room, he argues that schemes such as Redd offer a vital lifeline to the important ecosystems. Like smoke … Continue reading

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