Corruption Risks and Experiences in REDD+ Financial Benefit Sharing Mechanisms

Report - External Series

Dupuy, Kendra (2014) Corruption Risks and Experiences in REDD+ Financial Benefit Sharing Mechanisms, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre Brief, 11. Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI).

​The success of REDD+ hinges on providing forest users with positive monetary and nonmonetary incentives or benefits that both motivate behavioral change regarding forest use and help offset the various costs associated with implementing REDD+. Financial benefit sharing is designed to distribute REDD+ revenues to forest users in order to provide them with more lucrative income-earning opportunities than those gained by felling trees.​

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Authors

Kendra Dupuy

Kendra Dupuy

Senior Researcher; Desk Editor, Journal of Peace Research