REDD+, un mécanisme novateur ?. Le cas de la forêt de Makira à Madagascar
The following article discusses the theoretical and practical policy changes precipitated by the new REDD+ mechanism implemented in Madagascar. Three specific aspects are dealt with : scale of governance, payment for ecosystem services (PES), and results-based remuneration. Despite the conceptual discourse and innovative international governance mechanism, changes in real practice are still lacking in the first REDD+ pilot project in Madagascar. This pilot project in the Makira Forest does not differ greatly from past conservation efforts, but reproduces models used over the last fifteen years, with a protected area surrounded by a green belt of community-based natural resources management.
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