The Social Life of Forest Carbon: Property and Politics in the Production of a New Commodity
Interventions to conserve carbon stored in forests are central to the emerging global climate change regime. Widely referred to as REDD+, these interventions engage local resource holders in contracts to restrict their use of land and forests in exchange
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