Anti-corruption policies in the forest sector and REDD+

Anti-corruption policies in the forest sector and REDD+
The design of anti-corruption policies should take into account whether a country has bad, fair or good governance conditions.
Anti-corruption policies limited to the forest sector are unlikely to work in countries with high corruption levels, which require systemic institutional changes.

REDD+ is likely to be affected by corruption, but REDD+ monitoring, verification and reporting mechanisms can also contribute to reducing corruption.

Authors: Tacconi, L.; Downs, F.; Larmour, P.

Topic: climate,climatic change,mitigation,tenure systems,governance

Publisher: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia

Publication Year: 2009

ISBN: 978-6-02-869303-5

Source: Angelsen, A. with Brockhaus, M., Kanninen, M., Sills, E., Sunderlin, W. D. and Wertz-Kanounnikoff, S. (eds). Realising REDD+: National strategy and policy options. 163-174

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