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25 May 2017

Outil d’identification des bénéfices et des risques (BeRT) v2.1 : kit de formation. Guide de l’animateur

Uploaded By Lera Miles

L’outil d’identification des bénéfices et des risques (BeRT) du Programme ONU-REDD aide les pays REDD+ à évaluer les bénéfices et les risques sociaux et environnementaux liés aux politiques et mesures (P&M) proposées et à analyser la manière dont les politiques, les lois et les règlements (PLR) existants peuvent assurer la prise en compte et le respect des garanties REDD+ entérinées par la Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC). Le présent guide est destiné aux animateurs des ateliers de formation à l’application du BeRT. S’appuyant sur la version 2.0 de l’outil originel Excel, ce guide et les fiches de travail s’y rapportant fournissent des conseils ciblés sur la documentation des éventuelles P&M et l’identification de leurs bénéfices et risques, et étayent l’analyse des PLR qui permettent de prendre les garanties en compte. Ce guide soutient la planification et la réalisation des ateliers de formation à l’évaluation des bénéfices et des risques ou à l’analyse des PLR. Il fournit en outre des liens vers la documentation sur laquelle s’appuient les ateliers. L’expérience acquise en matière de satisfaction des critères des mécanismes de financement spécifiques (comme l’évaluation environnementale et sociale stratégique (EESS) du Fonds de partenariat pour le carbone forestier) ou dans le cadre de projets pilotes REDD+ ou d’initiatives et de projets forestiers antérieurs à REDD+ est susceptible d’enrichir la réalisation de cet exercice.

25 May 2017

Benefits and Risks Tool (BeRT) v2.1: Workshop Kit. Facilitators’ guide

Uploaded By Lera Miles

The UN-REDD Programme Benefits and Risks Tool (BeRT) supports REDD+ countries to assess the social and environmental benefits and risks associated with candidate Policies and Measures (PAMs) and analyse how existing policies, laws and regulations (PLRs) could ensure that the REDD+ safeguards agreed under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) are addressed and respected. This facilitators’ guide supports the application of the BeRT in a workshop setting. Building on version 2.0 of the original Excel-based tool, the guide and accompanying worksheets provide targeted advice for the
documentation of possible PAMs, the identification of those PAMs’ associated benefits and risks, and the analysis of PLRs that address the safeguards. The guide is aimed at facilitators of benefits and risks assessment or PLR analysis workshops, and is designed as a reference to help plan and execute such
workshops. The guide also provides links to workshop materials. Work undertaken to meet requirements of specific funding mechanisms (e.g. the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility’s Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA)) or experiences from REDD+ pilot projects or forest-related projects and initiatives pre-dating REDD+ may provide useful inputs to this exercise. 

18 May 2017

Fiche de travail 3.1: Garantie (a)

Uploaded By Miriam Guth
18 May 2017

Fiche de travail 2.1: Garantie (a)

Uploaded By Miriam Guth
18 May 2017

Clarifying Cancun Safeguards

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17 May 2017
17 May 2017
17 May 2017

Worksheet 3.1: Safeguard (a)

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17 May 2017

Worksheet 2.1: Safeguard (a)

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17 May 2017

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