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Name:Benefit Sharing in REDD+ - Policy Note

Benefit sharing is usually used in the context of REDD+ to refer to how financial incentives transferred from international funds or carbon markets are shared between actors within recipient countries. This raises questions surrounding exactly what is being shared; which actors the benefits are being shared between; and as a cross-cutting issue, the formal and informal rules that govern benefit sharing between actors.

Drawing on experience from emerging REDD+ approaches and from existing benefit sharing schemes in development policy, this policy note outlines the different components of benefit sharing systems and considers their implications for poor people.

This brief summarizes a longer paper:
Pescett, L. 2011. Benefit sharing in REDD+: Exploring the implications for poor and vulnerable people. World Bank and REDD-net.

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