The Role of Collective Action and Property Rights in Climate Change Strategies

Ensuring that poor people can adapt to climate change and benefit from mitigation measures such as payments for carbon sequestration requires more than technology. Key institutions must also be in place. This brief by Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Helen Markelova, and Kelsey Moore of the International Food Policy Research Institute provides an overview of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies, highlighting the institutional arrangements for each component, to ensure that poor people in developing countries are not excluded.

Policy Brief in PDF

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