Productive Landscapes: What Do Experience and Research Tell Us About Using PES To Limit Deforestation? A Synthesis of the Evidence and Case Studies From Uganda and Colombia

Colombia, Uganda
Strategic Objective
Ecosystem-based Adaptation, Biodiversity, Conflict and Governance, Mitigation, Private Sector Engagement, Sustainable Landscapes
Africa, Latin America & Caribbean

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