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REDD+ in Asia Pacific

Reducing emissions from forests is a key goal of international climate efforts. New research shows how ethnographic approaches can provide better outcomes for people and forests in Asia Pacific.

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McGregor, A. REDD+ in Asia Pacific. Nature Clim Change 5, 623–624 (2015).

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