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Agency in international climate negotiations: the case of indigenous peoples and avoided deforestation

Schroeder, Heike. 2010. Agency in international climate negotiations: the case of indigenous peoples and avoided deforestation. Earth System Governance Working Paper, No. 3.

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A revised version of this working paper has been published as:

Schroeder, Heike. 2010. Agency in international climate negotiations: the case of indigenous peoples and avoided deforestation. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 10 (4): 317-322.

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