Collaborative Forest Management with Traditional Papuan Communities

Country
Indonesia
Strategic Objective
Adaptation, Mitigation
Topics
Adaptation, Biodiversity, Carbon, Emissions, Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification, Conflict and Governance, Forestry, Sustainable Land Management, Land Use, Mitigation, Natural Resource Management, Private Sector Engagement
Region
Asia

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