By Peter Veit, Darryl Vhugen (Landesa), Jonathan Miner (Landesa) on January 13, 2012
This piece originally appeared in Lessons About Land Tenure, Forest Governance and REDD+: Case Studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America.[^1] The full text of the article is available here.
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