Mongabay: REDD should fund efficient stoves, crop yield increases, says study Implementation costs of REDD are higher in Tanzania than commonly acknowledged. Efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) must incorporate the implementation cost of programs to meet resource demands of local people in order to be successful, argues a new study published in Nature Climate Change. The research, led by Brendan Fisher of Princeton University, looked at deforestation......
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REDD should fund efficient stoves, crop yield increases, says study
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