W. Baisden, P. Beets, R. A. Carran, and H. Clark, An Assessment of the Significance to New Zealand of Article 3.4 Activities under the Kyoto Protocol: A Report Prepared for Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 2011.

V. Bellassen, R. Crassous, L. Dietzsch, and S. Schwartzman, Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation: What contribution from carbon markets?, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, vol.6, issue.25, 2008.
DOI : 10.1088/1755-1307/6/25/252020

URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01190162

A. Bigsten, Donor coordination and the uses of aid. rapport nr.: Working Papers in Economics, 2006.

M. Calmel, A. Martinet, N. Grondard, T. Dufour, M. Rageade et al., REDD+ à l " échelle projet -Guide d " évaluation et de développement, ONFI, 2010.

R. Cortez, R. Saines, B. Griscom, M. Martin, and D. D. De-deo, A Nested Approach to REDD+: Structuring effective and transparent incentive mechanisms for REDD+ implementation at multiple scales, The Nature Conservancy and Baker and & McKenzie, 2010.

M. Deheza and V. Bellassen, Getting carbon value out of the forestry and wood sector in Annex I countries: the French example, Climat Report CDC Climat Research, issue.20, 2010.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01151442

P. Guigon, Voluntary Carbon Markets: How Can They Serve Climate Change Policies (OECD Environmental Working Paper, 2010.
DOI : 10.1787/5km975th0z6h-en

A. Kossoy and P. Guigon, State and Trends of the Carbon Market 2012, 2012.

D. Nepstad, Brazil " s Evolving REDD Architecture for the International Workshop on Nested Approaches to REDD+, 2011.

J. Olander, J. Seifert-granzin, T. Chagas, C. Streck, T. Calizon et al., Nested Approaches to REDD+. An Overview of Issues and Options. Climate Focus et Forest Trends, 2011.

M. Patay and O. Sartor, Introduction d " un prix du carbone en Australie: quelle comparaison avec le système européen? (Climate Brief, 2012.

L. Pedroni, M. Dutschke, C. Streck, and M. E. Porrúa, Creating incentives for avoiding further deforestation: the nested approach, Climate Policy, vol.3, issue.2, pp.207-220, 2009.
DOI : 10.1007/s10584-005-8074-6

L. Pedroni, M. Estrada, C. Cenamo, and M. , The " Nested Approach " to REDD+: How could it be Implemented?, in: Pathways for Implementing REDD+ : Experiences from Carbon Markets and Communities, UNEP Risø Center, pp.89-112, 2010.

M. Peters-stanley and K. Hamilton, Developing dimension : State of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2012, 2012.

A. Pfaff, E. O. Sills, G. S. Amacher, M. J. Coren, K. Lawlor et al., Policy impacts on deforestation: lessons learned from past experiences to inform new initiatives, 2010.

O. Sartor, M. Deheza, and M. Belton, Good shepherd or black sheep? : Tackling forestry & agriculture emissions in New Zealand " s new carbon market, Climat Report CDC Climat Research, issue.26, 2010.

I. Shishlov and V. Bellassen, Joint Implementation: a frontier mechanism within the borders of an emissions cap, Climate Report CDC Climat Research, issue.34, 2012.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01168452