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This paper reviews three leading forest sector policy approaches relevant to benefit-sharing for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+): payments for ecosystem services, also known as payments for environmental services (PES), participatory forest management (PFM), and forest concession revenue-sharing arrangements. A survey is made of these three approaches in order to draw on potential lessons for REDD+ benefit sharing. These forest management and conservation approaches are chosen due to their broad usage across tropical forest regions today and their potentially significant benefit sharing implications.

Author: John Costenbader. Jointly commissioned by the UN-REDD Programme and the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility’s Facility Management Team

01 June, 2011

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