Possible implications of REDD on land and forest tenure – exemplified by the Indonesian case

Capacity 4dev: Past experiences with (forest) conservation projects and Payments for Environmental Services (PES) have shown that without addressing tenure, efforts are likely to be ineffective. People without or with weak tenure were not involved, conflicts arose and sustainable natural resource management and protection was difficult to achieve. Large-scale projects on forest lands were often conducted at the expense of local communities when tenure was not clear, recognised and secured. The new policy to reduce......

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