In the context of the recent climate negotiations at COP 22 in Marrakech, Forest Policy and Economics is providing free access to the virtual special issue of The forest-climate nexus in policy and economics for three months.
This special issue provides free access to up to date research results on multiple political and economic aspects of forests’ relevance in climate change and relating policy. With this free access virtual special issue the editors of Forest Policy and Economics want to make a small contribution towards science-based policy in the field of climate change policy.
The following articles may be of special interest to CAPRi readers:
Opportunities for and capacity barriers to the implementation of REDD + projects with smallholder farmers: Case study of Awae and Akok, Centre and South Regions, Cameroon
Forest Policy and Economics 2013, 36, pp 60 - 70
Cerbu, Gillian A.; Sonwa, Denis J.; Pokorny, Benno
REDD herring: Epistemic community control of the production, circulation and application of deforestation knowledge in Zambia
Forest Policy and Economics 2014, volume 46, pp 19 - 29
Kamelarczyk, Kewin Bach Friis; Smith-Hall, Carsten
REDD + implementation in the Ecuadorian Amazon: Why land configuration and common-pool resources management matter
Forest Policy and Economics 2016, volume 70, pp 67 - 79
Loaiza, T.; Nehren, U.; Gerold, G.