- The experiences of subnational REDD+ initiatives in the Peruvian Amazon provide valuable lessons for the design and implementation of national greenhouse gas mitigation efforts.
- We identify lessons that could contribute to enhancing the effectiveness and equity of some of the greenhouse gas mitigation measures adopted by Peru under its Nationally Determined Contributions.
- We highlight the importance of spatial targeting, customised rewards and conditionality of rewards to contribute to achieving more effective results in REDD+ initiatives.
- Mechanisms to ensure transparency, participation and accountability are also key to implementing equitable and sustainable carbon mitigation initiatives.
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Montoya-Zumaeta, J.G.; Naime, J.
climate change, mitigation, greenhouse gases, emissions, policy analysis, sustainable development