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Site selection for forest carbon projectsCenter for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Bogor, Indonesia
Countries with a higher biodiversity index and jurisdictions with more protected area are more likely to have forest carbon projects, corroborating proponents’ assertions that they consider biodiversity co-benefits when selecting sites.
Jurisdictions with higher deforestation rates and forest carbon densities in Brazil and Indonesia are more likely to have forest carbon projects, consistent with a focus on additionality. However, projects also tend to be located in more remote (and possibly less threatened) areas in Brazil.Villages inside project boundaries (in a sample of REDD+ projects studied by CIFOR) depend largely on agriculture, emphasising the challenge of reducing deforestation without undermining agriculturebased livelihoods.
Book Source:Angelsen, A., Brockhaus, M., Sunderlin, W.D. and Verchot, L. (eds). Analysing REDD+: Challenges and choices
Publisher:Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia
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