The Creation and Dissolution of Private Property in Forest Carbon: A Case Study from Papua New Guinea
This paper shows how the prospect of a forest carbon market in Papua New Guinea added a new element of instability to national forest policy and property processes that were already moving in contradictory directions. In particular we examine attempts by
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