Forests, Tenure, and Climate: Some key recent findings with respect to REDD+ and beyond REDD+

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Sunderlin, W.D.

Larson, A.M.

Sarmiento Barletti, J.P.

In spite of widely-recognized challenges, REDD+ continues to be one of the primary approaches for forest-based climate change mitigation. We have recently published a book chapter titled “Land and carbon tenure: Some—but insufficient—progress.” It examines the extent to which REDD+ has addressed the critical issue of land tenure, and also summarizes some key research findings on forests, tenure, and climate—not only those related to REDD+ but also those going beyond it

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