Year of publications: 2021
Place of publication: Rome, Italy
Other Entities Involved: UN-REDD
Pages: #60 p.ISBN: 978-92-5-134015-8
Author: Bradley, A. and Fortuna, S.
This technical paper emphasizes the opportunity that REDD+ and the global climate agenda represent for countries to engage more actively in securing land and resource rights for indigenous peoples and local communities. At the same time, it stresses how collective tenure rights represent a key element to achieve long-lasting and successful results for REDD+, contributing to addressing global climate change.
Cite this content as:
Bradley, A. and Fortuna, S. 2021. Collective tenure rights for REDD+ implementation and sustainable development. Rome, FAO.