This manual presents how a jurisdictional approach to REDD+ can work effectively across land types and engage a broad range of stakeholders. However, working at such a large scale often causes significant challenges in terms of mobilizing technical and human capacity. The study examined eight case studies, which a number of advantages to a jurisdictional approach, these approaches include the alignment of government policies and strategies, the achievement of credible emission reductions, and the realization of efficiencies in programme management.
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Organization: WB, The Nature Conservancy, Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
Topics: Economic and Development Planning, REDD, Mitigation, Governance – General
Type of material: Guidance Document
Publication date: 2015