This paper presents a series of possible models for incentivising multiple benefits in subnational planning for REDD+, in the pioneering case study of Lam Dong province, Vietnam. Models include conditional REDD+ investments to support agro-forestry and supply chain developments in key agricultural commodities in Lam Dong, such as coffee. Potential is explored for REDD+ to support value-add initiatives in key commodities linked to deforestation and degradation, including bamboo. Consideration is also given to the role sustainable agriculture and timber standards can play in moving towards zero-deforestation agriculture. This paper is an output of the project ‘Delivering Multiple Benefits from REDD+ in Southeast Asia’ (MB-REDD+), implemented by SNV Netherlands Development Organisation. The MBREDD+ project is part of the International Climate Initiative, supported by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).
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