￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Who enjoys smallholder-generated carbon benefits?
– Co-benefits from SALM practices exceed the direct benefits of carbon revenues
– Carbon and co-benefits both play a role in poverty alleviation and biodiversity conservation
– Revenue from carbon diversifies incomes and contributes to smallholder resilience
– Providing links between farmers and the market is crucial for access and procedures
Read the full Chapter on the website of the World Agroforestry Centre.
Öborn, I., Wekesa, A., Natongo, P., Kiguli, L., Wachiye, E., Musee, C., Kuyah, S. & Neves, B. 2017. Who enjoys smallholder-generated carbon benefits? In: Namirembe, S., Leimona, B., van Noordwijk, M. & Minang, P (eds.) Co-investment in ecosystem services: global lessons from payment and incentive schemes.