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Is There an Ideal REDD+ Program? An Analysis of Policy Trade-Offs at the Local Level

Bibliographic reference Dyer, George A. ; Matthews, Robin ; Meyfroidt, Patrick. Is There an Ideal REDD+ Program? An Analysis of Policy Trade-Offs at the Local Level. In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, no. 12, p. e52478 (2012)
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