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Promoting the role of smallholder farmers in the mitigation of climate change

S Petrutiu, M Vitores, V Bitzer, F Kruijssen

This article explores the drivers for smallholder farmers’ participation in climate change mitigation. In particular it aims to describe the mechanisms by which smallholder farmers can participate in and benefit from programmes which offset or inset carbon emissions and offer incentives for the provision of ecosystem services.

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