Edited by Karin Bäckstrand and Eva Lövbrand
AbstractThis chapter examines the emerging landscape of REDD+ stakeholders using Indonesia as a case study to understand who is governing REDD+ projects. In particular, it looks at how the pluralist ideal of multi-stakeholder governance, born of Western liberal-democratic tradition, has gained resonance, or not, in post-colonialist, post-authoritarian Indonesia.
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