The novel feature of REDD+ --payments for results at the scale of national or subnational jurisdictions-- is only now beginning to be tested, more than a decade since it was first embraced by the international community. Lessons are emerging about the degree to which such payments can prompt land use policy reforms to mitigate the emissions that cause climate change.
Authors: Duchelle, A.E.; Seymour, F.; Brockhaus, M.; Angelsen, A.; Larson, A.M.; Moeliono, M.; Wong, G.Y.; Pham, T.T.; Martius, C.
Subjects: climate change, mitigation, deforestation
Publication type: Brief