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REDD+ risks & benefits analysis for Cross River State, Nigeria

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14 March 2017
French

Note d’Information 5. Résumés d’information : Comment démontrer que les garanties REDD+ sont prises en compte et respectées

uploaded by Steven Swan

Offre des conseils aux pays qui se dirigent vers la mise en œuvre des actions REDD + sur le contenu éventuel des résumés d’information sur les garanties à soumettre à la CCNUCC. Le mémoire répond aux directrices de la CCNUCC sur les résumés d'information et les élabore, en s'appuyant sur les approches nationales des garanties mises au point depuis l'adoption des garanties par la convention en 2010.

14 March 2017
French

Document Technique 2: Cadre conceptuel des approches des garanties

uploaded by Steven Swan

Fournit un aperçu des exigences de garanties dans le cadre de la CCNUCC et d'autres initiatives pertinentes. S'appuie sur les expériences collectives des pays depuis 2010 en offrant des conseils opérationnels sur les garanties REDD + qui ne sont pas fournis par la CCNUCC. La publication contient des liens vers tous les autres documents  d'orientation clefs d’ONU-REDD sur les garanties.

06 June 2016
French

Série de Ressources Techniques 2 : Les Approaches Nationales en Matière de Garanties pour la REDD+ : Examen des expériences initiates et des leçons émergentes au niveau mondial

uploaded by Maddie West

Cette publication technique présente un premier aperçu mondial par pays des perspectives, expériences et enseignements tirés pouvant être utilisés pour améliorer les processus et les pratiques de sauvegarde à l'avenir.

04 May 2016
Spanish

Serie de Recursos Técnicos 2: Enfoques nacionales de salvaguardas para REDD+: Una revisión global de las experiencias iniciales y las lecciones derivadas

uploaded by Maddie West

Esta publicación de recursos técnicos presenta una sinopsis general inicial sobre las perspectivas nacionales, las experiencias y las lecciones aprendidas que podrían utilizarse para conformar procesos y prácticas de salvaguardias más adecuados en el futuro.

25 January 2016
Spanish

Serie de Recursos Técnicos 1: Sistemas de información de las salvaguardas de REDD+: consideraciones prácticas de diseño

uploaded by Maddie West

Este recurso técnico, el primero de una nueva serie de publicaciones de recursos técnicos, contiene consideraciones prácticas de diseño para los sistemas de información sobre salvaguardias (SIS) en armonía con las necesidades de la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (CMNUCC) y aborda las siguientes cuestiones: ¿Cómo es un SIS? ¿Cómo empiezo a diseñar uno? ¿Cuánto costará crearlo y mantenerlo en funcionamiento?

01 December 2015
English

Technical Resource Series 1: REDD+ Safeguards Information Systems: Practical Design Considerations

uploaded by Maddie West

First in a new line of technical resource publications, offering practical design considerations for 'safeguard information systems' (SIS) in line with UNFCCC requirements.  The optional design elements discussed herein were informed by a consultative process engaging different REDD+ stakeholders - countries, donors and civil society.

17 February 2014
English

Tanzania methodological brief

uploaded by Lisen Runsten
This methodological brief has been produced as part of a UN-REDD Programme project to support Tanzania in the development of multiple benefits maps to inform REDD+ safeguards policies, conducted between
January and August 2013. The project included two working sessions in Tanzania of five weeks in total, covering mapping work and enhancement of national spatial datasets, using open-source GIS software (QGIS, SAGA and GRASS). This methodological brief outlines the technical approaches used in the working sessions.
20 December 2013
English

Using spatial information to support decisions on safeguards and multiple benefits for REDD+ in Tanzania

uploaded by Denise Martínez

REDD+ has the potential to contribute to achieving more policy goals than

climate mitigation alone. In Tanzania, REDD+ is expected to deliver multiple
benefits, whose nature and extent will depend on the location and type of
REDD+ activity implemented. These benefits include sustainable use of forest
resources, biodiversity conservation, poverty alleviation, maintenance of
forest dependent communities’ rights, and improved community livelihoods.
The REDD+ safeguards agreed under the United Nations Framework
Convention on Climate Change are intended to guide REDD+ implementation
to avoid adverse effects to people and the environment, and to ensure
multiple benefits.
During the last years, the Tanzanian Forest Service has produced a unique
set of forest, socioeconomic and governance related data and maps from
32 000 field inventory plots and interviews with 3500 households and 1100
key informants, which among other sources of data have been used for the
production of analysis and maps in this publication.
Maps can help to increase understanding of the spatial distribution of
such potential benefits, and support decision-making on where and how
REDD+ might be implemented. The maps presented in this brochure were
developed to support Tanzania’s implementation of the REDD+ safeguards,
and planning for multiple benefits from REDD+. Themes include natural
forest, biodiversity, ecosystem services, drivers of deforestation and forest
degradation, and potential zones for implementation of REDD+ activities
17 June 2011
English

Making Biodiversity Safeguards for REDD+ Work in Practice

uploaded by Emily Dunning

UNEP-WCMC has developed operational guidelines to assist countries in implementing biodiversity safeguards for REDD+. At the most recent meeting of the UNFCCC (Cancun, Dec 2010), the Parties to the Convention agreed a full set of social and environmental safeguards. With support from DEFRA (UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), we have formulated a set of guidelines that focus on implementing the biodiversity safeguards. These guidelines address both the potential risks to biodiversity presented by REDD+, and the many opportunities for REDD+ to benefit biodiversity conservation.

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