Best of 2014: For REDD+, sky-high expectations meet on-the-ground realities

  BOGOR, Indonesia— The idea of paying people in developing tropical countries to protect their forests, generating carbon credits, and selling them on an international carbon market, gained prominence at the 2007 UN climate change summit in Bali. In the ensuing years, some 300 initiatives related to this idea, known as REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from... Read more

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