Mitigation of Climate Change in Agriculture (MICCA) Programme
Climate change mitigation policies that concern the forestry and agriculture sectors will have to address land tenure issues in order to foresee, plan and distribute risks and benefits of their incentive schemes. Unclear and often complex tenure arrangements are still prevailing in large areas of many developing countries, and addressing them is a major challenge. MICCA is working with partners to understand identify, review and raise awareness of key land and resource tenure issues and requirements to be addressed for implementing climate change mitigation policies (including REDD+) in the forestry and agriculture sectors.
Land tenure security is essential for climate change mitigation in agriculture
For more information, consult MICCA's Information brief on tenure and climate change.
Land Tenure Journal
The current issue of the Land Tenure Journal addresses the thematic issue of land tenure and climate change.