The following publications have either used the ID-RECCO data as part of the analysis (e.g., as data source for identifying or selecting case studies, or contributed directly to the papers’ results) or was cited in the paper)

This list of publications grew from 5 publications in 2016, to 33 publications in 2020. Thank you for using this database!

The list below was compiled on September 2020, using Google Scholar and Google search engines using keywords “id-recco” or “reddprojectsdatabase”. In Google scholar, we also looked for publications that cited “International Database on REDD+ projects, linking Economic, Carbon and Communities data” versions 2.0 and 3.0. This is complimented by a list provided by Gabriela Simonet.

Publications using IDRECCO data for analysis
  1. Abraham, B. (2018). Ideas and transnational climate change governance: how environmental beliefs shape REDD+ projects(Doctoral dissertation, University of Oxford). LINK
  2. Delacote, P., Le Velly, G., & Simonet, G. (2018). A tale of REDD+ projects. How do location and certification impact additionality? (No. hal-01954923f). LINK
  3. Delacote, P., Le Velly, G., & Simonet, G. (2017). How do location and certification impact additionality of REDD+ projects? Theory and evidence(No. hal-01625613). LINK
  4. Duchelle, A. E., Simonet, G., Sunderlin, W. D., & Wunder, S. (2018). What is REDD+ achieving on the ground?. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability32, 134-140. LINK
  5. Duchelle, A. E., Seymour, F., Brockhaus, M., Angelsen, A., Larson, A., Moira, M., ... & Martius, C. (2019). Forest-Based Climate Mitigation: Lessons From REDD+ Implementation. World Resources Institute. LINK
  6. Krause, T., & Nielsen, M. R. (2019). Not seeing the forest for the trees: the oversight of defaunation in REDD+ and global forest governance. Forests10(4), 344. LINK
  7. Pires, F. C., Paulino, S. R., & Salinas, D. T. P. (2019). Análise de iniciativas de redd+ na perspectiva de responsabilização e permanência dos recursos florestais. Revista Brasileira de Ciências Ambientais (Online), (54), 51-68. LINK
  8. Piselli, Dario (2018). The role of indirect investments in REDD+ projects: path dependence or key factors for success?* . Department of International Law and Global Health Centre, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.Working Paper (February 2018). LINK
  9. Salles, G. P., Salinas, D. T. P., & Paulino, S. R. (2017). How funding source influences the form of REDD+ initiatives: The case of market versus public funds in Brazil. Ecological Economics139, 91-101. LINK
  10. Simonet, G., & Seyller, C. (2015). ID-RECCO, A new collaborative work tool to improve knowledge on redd+ projects: sources, methodology and data (No. 1508). Climate Economics Chair Working Paper. LINK
  11. Simonet, G., Karsenty, A., & Newton, P. (2015). REDD+ projects in 2014: an overview based on a new database and typology. Climate Economics Chair Information and debates Series. LINK
  12. Sunderlin, W. D., de Sassi, C., Sills, E. O., Duchelle, A. E., Larson, A. M., Resosudarmo, I. A. P., Awono, A., Kweka, D. L., & Huynh, T. B. (2018). Creating an appropriate tenure foundation for REDD+: The record to date and prospects for the future. World Development106, 376-392. LINK
  13. Wunder, S., Duchelle, A. E., Sassi Cd, S. E., Simonet, G., & Sunderlin, W. D. (2020). REDD+ in Theory and Practice: How Lessons From Local Projects Can Inform Jurisdictional Approaches. For. Glob. Change3(11). LINK
  14. Sunderlin, W. D., De Sassi, C., Ekaputri, A. D., Light, M., & Pratama, C. D. (2017). REDD+ Contribution to well-being and income is marginal: The perspective of local stakeholders. Forests8(4), 125. LINK
  15. Wunder, S., Duchelle, A. E., Sassi Cd, S. E., Simonet, G., & Sunderlin, W. D. (2020). REDD+ in Theory and Practice: How Lessons From Local Projects Can Inform Jurisdictional Approaches. For. GlobChange3(11). LINK
Publications citing IDRECCO
  1. Arts, B., Ingram, V., & Brockhaus, M. (2019). The performance of REDD+: From global governance to local practices. LINK
  2. Atmadja, S. S., Arwida, S., Martius, C., & Thuy, P. T. (2018). Financing REDD. Transforming REDD, 29. LINK
  3. Ehara, M., Samejima, H., Yamanoshita, M., Asada, Y., Shogaki, Y., Yano, M., & Hyakumura, K. (2019). REDD+ engagement types preferred by Japanese private firms: The challenges and opportunities in relation to private sector participation. Forest Policy and Economics106, 101945. LINK
  4. Förster, J. (2018). Assessing ecosystem services for informing decision making on sustainable land management under climate change. LINK
  5. Krause, T. (2020). Reducing deforestation in Colombia while building peace and pursuing business as usual extractivism?. Journal of Political Ecology27(1). LINK
  6. Milne, S., Mahanty, S., To, P., Dressler, W., Kanowski, P., & Thavat, M. (2019). Learning from ‘actually existing’ REDD+ A synthesis of ethnographic findings. Conservation & Society17(1), 84-95. LINK
  7. Miyamoto, M. (2020). Poverty reduction saves forests sustainably: Lessons for deforestation policies. World Development127, 104746. LINK
  8. Ordonio, D. E. (2018). REDD+ Overview in Peru: Understanding its Failure through a Forest Governance Assessment. LINK
  9. Roopsind, A., Sohngen, B., & Brandt, J. (2019). Evidence that a national REDD+ program reduces tree cover loss and carbon emissions in a high forest cover, low deforestation country. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences116(49), 24492-24499. LINK
  10. Setyowati, A. B. (2020). Governing the ungovernable: contesting and reworking REDD+ in Indonesia. Journal of Political Ecology27(1). LINK
  11. Seyller, C., Desbureaux, S., Ongolo, S., Karsenty, A., Simonet, G., Faure, J., & Brimont, L. (2016). The'virtual economy'of REDD+ projects: Does private certification of REDD+ projects ensure their environmental integrity? International Forestry Review18(2), 231-246. LINK
  12. Sheng, J. (2020). Private sector participation and incentive coordination of actors in REDD+. Forest Policy and Economics118, 102262. LINK
  13. Simonet, G., Subervie, J., Ezzine-de-Blas, D., Cromberg, M., & Duchelle, A. E. (2019). Effectiveness of a REDD+ project in reducing deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. American Journal of Agricultural Economics101(1), 211-229. LINK
  14. Simonet, G., Bos, A. B., Duchelle, A. E., Resosudarmo, I. A. P., Subervie, J., & Wunder, S. (2018). Forests and carbon. Transforming REDD, 117. LINK
  15. Seyller, C., Desbureaux, S., Ongolo, S., Karsenty, A., Simonet, G., Faure, J., & Brimont, L. (2016). The'virtual economy'of REDD+ projects: Does private certification of REDD+ projects ensure their environmental integrity? International Forestry Review, 18(2), 231-246. LINK
  16. Sunderlin, W. D.; Larson, A. M.; Duchelle, A. E.; Sills, E. O.; Luttrell, C.; Jagger, P.; Pattanayak, S.; Cronkleton, P.; Ekaputri, A.; de Sassi, C.; Aryani, R. & Simonet, G. (2016), 'Technical guidelines for research on REDD+ subnational initiatives', Technical report, Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor, Indonesia. LINK
  17. Tomas, W. M., de Oliveira Roque, F., Morato, R. G., Medici, P. E., Chiaravalloti, R. M., Tortato, F. R., ... & Girard, P. (2019). Sustainability agenda for the Pantanal wetland: perspectives on a collaborative Interface for science, policy, and decision-making. Tropical Conservation Science12, 1940082919872634. LINK