Institutional framework and distributive aspects

January 2012
CIFOR Occasional Paper;2012, Issue 79, p25
The article focuses on the governance aspects of reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) program in Mozambique. It analyses the aspects of global governance in high-risk deforestation and forest degradation areas. It examines the provisions on decentralisation and benefit sharing in the sectors causing forest-cover changes such as agriculture and energy. It also notes the Land of Law of 1997, the country's main source of regulatory procedures for land management.


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