UN-REDD/LECB Workshop for Sharing National Experiences, Zambia 25-27 February 2014

Two global support programmes – the UN-REDD Programme and the UNDP Low Emission Capacity-Building (LECB) Programme jointly hosted parallel capacity building workshops providing space for sharing experiences on development of NFMS for REDD+ and national GHG inventory systems. Though each programme’s workshop had distinct objectives and scopes, the issues were closely linked and contained parallel sessions, with opportunities for joint sessions and engagement between participants. View the summary online here or the detailed sessions and presentations

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Concept Note, Agenda and Participant list

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  • Concept Note
  • Agenda
  • Draft Participants list (send corrections to UN-REDD-NFMS please)

Day 1: Introduction and Technical sessions 1-4

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Session 1: Welcome & Introduction

Session 2: UNFCCC and IPCC Context

Session 3: Key Components of the National Forest Monitoring System (NFMS) and the GHG National Inventory System

Session 4: Linkages between REDD+ MRV systems and GHG inventories for the AFOLU/LULUCF sector

Day 2: Technical sessions 5-8

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UNREDD

Session 5: Key components of NFMS

Session 6: Exchange of country and regional experiences on the development on NFMS

Session 7: Collecting emission factors and tiers: NFI approaches

Session 8: Emerging trends and implementation challenges in NFIs for REDD+

LECB

Session 5: Good practices in establishing the GHG inventory system (focus on institutional arrangements) 

Session 6: Good practices in establishing the GHG inventory system - institutional arrangements 

Session 7: Good practices in establishing the GHG inventory system - archiving 

Session 8: Creating an action plan for improving the national GHG inventory system 

Day 3: Technical sessions 9-11

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UN-REDD

Session 9: Collecting activity data for REDD+: Remote-sensing and land
classification approaches

Session 10: Emerging trends and challenges in activity data collection
for REDD+ (group session)

Session 11: Emerging trends and common challenges in NFMS for REDD+ (group session) 

LECB

Session: 9: Introduction to 2006 IPPC guidelines and supporting tools

Session 10: Training on IPPC guidelines (group session)

Session 11: Training on IPPC guidelines cont'd (group session) 

Session 12: Update of national action plans for improving the national inventory

Other useful presentations and materials

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  • Background documents
  • Other useful presentations (some not shown at workshop)

Pictures

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