Critical reflections on ten years of the Guyana-Norway REDD+ agreement
OpinionJuly 03, 2021
The bilateral climate forest agreement was meant to be a model for the world. Instead, it was based on a clunky institutional architecture and stands today as a reminder of why condition-laden ODA projects have little impact on rising deforestation, Andrew Hook and Timothy Laing write.
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