The REDD+ Programme: Affects on Governance Theory, Market Theory, and a Post-Kyo World
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The Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Programme (REDD+) is an international agreement that aims to address the issue of climate change due to deforestation and forest degradation while also encouraging the enhancement of forest stocks in developing countries with tropical forests. This paper aims to address the ways in which REDD+ would fundamentally affect governance and market theories if it is applied, and it discusses REDD+’s potential as a successor of the Kyoto Protocol.
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