Addressing governance and corruption challenges for REDD: Initial findings from DRC, Tanzania, Kenya
How might issues of corruption influence the success of schemes to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)? How could REDD have a positive influence in addressing corruption in the forest sector? How are those responsible for REDD ensuring that issues of governance and corruption are addressed? Findings were presented from a U4 study on governance and corruption challenges in schemes for REDD, including from case reports on REDD in the DRC, Tanzania and Kenya.
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