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Who ‘owns’ the carbon in the forest? This is a question of great importance for all developing countries preparing to engage with REDD+, including Solomon Islands. Land in Solomon Islands is of central importance to the cultural and economic security of customary landowning communities. Consequently, the right to control forest carbon and the right to enjoy the economic benefits that may flow from this under REDD+ are also of critical importance to Solomon Islanders.

Prepared by: Professor Jennifer Corrin, on behalf of SPC/GIZ Regional REDD+ Project "Climate Protection through Forest Conservation in Pacific Island Countries".

November 2012
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