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Who Owns Carbon in Rural China?
An Analysis of the Legal Regime and Practices with Preliminary Policy Recommendations
Zhu Keliang, Darryl Vhugen, Nathan Hilgendorf - Rural Development Institute, Rights and Resources
To ensure the long-term success of China's carbon sequestration programs while addressing welfare of the affected rural poor, it is essential for China to continue its reform efforts on several fronts. Most importantly, the security of farmersí rights over forestland and trees should be bolstered and adequate compensatory regimes established for farmers affected by carbon sequestration programs. This report covers these topics in depth.
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|Release Date:||April 2010|
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