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Benefit Sharing and REDD+: Considerations and Options for Effective Design and Operation

Benefit Sharing and REDD+: Considerations and Options for Effective Design and Operation
by Leif Kindberg last modified Jun 08, 2015 08:48 PM
Contributors: Hite, Kristin

This report offers policy makers and stakeholders benefit-sharing design considerations that focus specifically on outcome-driven incentives—as opposed to benefit sharing for policy reforms or public sector programs—based on three different models: payments for services, managed funds, and collaborative resource management. Following a description of these models and cross-cutting considerations, this report provides a series of steps to help structure benefit-sharing arrangements for effective incentives to improve REDD+ outcomes.

Author(s): Hite, Kristin

Publication Date: 2015

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