Tenure, finance issues leave REDD+ “falling short of the mark,” researcher says

  BOGOR, Indonesia—Financing and land tenure have snagged a global mechanism aimed at curbing carbon emissions through avoided tropical deforestation, according to a leading expert. The initiative, known as Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+), “is not heading in the direction that was expected, and it’s falling short of the mark,” according to... Read more

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