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Forest Carbon and Local Livelihoods: Assessment of Opportunities and Policy Recommendations

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Type: Working Paper
Author: Smith, Joyotee; Scherr, Sara J.
Date: 2002
Agency: Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor, Indonesia
Series: CIFOR Occasional Paper, no. 37
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/3725
Sector: Social Organization
Forestry
Region:
Subject(s): forestry
livelihoods
carbon sequestration
Kyoto Protocol
afforestation
reforestation
project implementation
Abstract: "Projects implemented as part of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol will have the dual mandate of mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to sustainable development. Basic agreement on core elements was reached in 2001, including the decision to allow afforestation and reforestation projects. However, it is not yet clear what rules will address social concerns. Many types of projects could potentially contribute to local livelihoods and ecosystem restoration, as well as to carbon emission offsets, including those using natural forest regeneration, agroforests, improved forest fallows, and agroforestry."

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