The implications of Land Tenure and Benefit Sharing Approaches on the REDD+ scheme for forest fringe communities in Ghana
One essential component of global efforts on climate change mitigation is the incentive-based mechanism that seeks to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation and also enhances forest carbon stocks through sustainable forest management in developing countries (the REDD+ scheme). There are other potential co-benefits associated with the REDD+ scheme which include biodiversity conservation, poverty alleviation and enhancement of rural livelihoods. A clear challenge for the REDD+...[Show more]
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