Leveraging global climate finance for sustainable forests: Opportunities and conditions for successful foreign aid to the forestry sector
Forest loss and degradation remains a leading environmental problem. The long history of sustainable forest management has often failed to meet expectations.constrained by funding, governance, capacity and competing interests. Initiatives from the climate
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