Market and non-market costs of REDD+ perceived by local communities: a case study in East Cambodia



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Forest dependent communities use forests for a range of timber and non-timber products, for sale and subsistence use. Their formal and informal use of forests means that they are likely to be most affected by the implementation of REDD+, therefore their perceptions should be included when assessing the costs of implementing REDD+ to ensure that REDD+ is implemented equitably and will be effective.


Graham, Kirsty
Caravani, Alice