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UNFCCC negotiations (pre-Kyoto to COP-9): what the process says about the politics of CDM-sinks." International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics (2008)."
The politics of afforestation and reforestation activities at COP-9 and SB-20 In Tyndall Centre Briefing Note 12., 2004.
Not ready for REDD?" Science and Development Network (2009)."
Rights to land, forests and carbon in REDD+: insights from Mexico, Brazil and Costa Rica." Forests 2 (1) (2011)."
How do regulated and voluntary carbon-offset schemes compare?" Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 6 (2009): 26-50."
Rights to forests and carbon: insights from Mexico, Brazil and Costa Rica." In Oaxaca Workshop on Forest Governance, Decentralization and REDD+. Oaxaca, Mexico, 2010."
A Cautionary note on reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) In Tyndall Centre Briefing Note 39., 2009.
The potential of carbon offsetting projects in the forestry sector for poverty reduction in developing countries." In Integrating Ecology into Poverty Alleviation and International Development Efforts. A Practical Guide, edited by F. De Clerck, J. C. Ingram and C. Rumbaitis del Rio. Springer Publishing Ltd., 2012."
How do regulated and voluntary carbon-offset schemes compare? In Tyndall Centre Working Paper 116., 2008.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation in developing countries: Revisiting the assumptions In Tyndall Centre Working Paper 115., 2007.