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This article aimed to study the approach of the concept of REDD+ which is Market Mechanisms in Forest Governance proceeded by State Agency in Hua Thung community forest. In the period before the project was managed, the villagers were worried about their ways of living that would be violated. However, after the state officials got there and organized a meeting to create the knowledge about global warming and the solutions to alleviate the problem. The villagers were able to participate in the project to help protecting the forests and nurturing them to remain exuberant to be the source of carbon storage. The budget would be funded by REDD+ for the organizing of the project, and the villagers would get paid for their each kind of employment financed by international budget sources which was supposed to be spent on the work of geographical change. In addition, the local residents’ ways of living would not be affected in so doing as worried before. However, the supporting budget was rather limited, so wage distributions for the local people in the area was not well managed enough. Nevertheless, the people in the community deemed their cooperation with the state officials would pave the way for good results to their community, and they would also efficiently take care of their forests. Howsoever, the mentioned project was frequently cited as a new format of environmental conservation despite the authority to manage any related activities still remained under the state control.
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