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14 November 2017

Template: Event Satisfaction Survey

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious
14 November 2017

BÀI TẬP THỰC HÀNH GPS (Tutorial: GPS practice)

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

GPS exercise with the objectives for participants to understand how to operate basic GPS functions, such as those required for a forest inventory exercise.

14 November 2017

Tutorial: GPS PRACTICE

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

GPS exercise with the objectives for participants to understand how to operate basic GPS functions, such as those required for a forest inventory exercise.

14 November 2017

Agenda: Field trip to Ba Vi National Park and GPS exercise

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

Agenda for field trip to Ba Vi National Park and GPS exercise and background to the park.

14 November 2017

Generating and using multiple benefits layers: Identify areas where REDD+ could result in poverty alleviation:

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

This is a simple GIS tutorial relating to the exercise on Identifying areas where REDD+ could result in poverty alleviation.

14 November 2017

Generating and using multiple benefits layers: Using Key Biodiversity Areas and protected areas datasets

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

This is a simple GIS tutorial relating to the exercise on Identifying areas where a REDD+ action to conserve forests could result in biodiversity conservation benefits.

14 November 2017

The multiple values of forests

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

This presentation on the multiple benefits of forests looks at benefits from ecosystems, different types of forest benefits and  how REDD+ actions can help to deliver multiple benefits.

14 November 2017

Mẫu: Chồng xếp thông tin không gian về áp lực (Template: Overlay of spatial information on pressures)

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

Template for a facilitated discussion on selecting and using data: what kinds of data from different sectors can help us to map pressures on forests? followed by a template for associated practical mapping exercise on overlaying spatial information on pressures (with some examples).

14 November 2017

Template: Overlay of spatial information on pressures

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

Template for a facilitated discussion on selecting and using data: what kinds of data from different sectors can help us to map pressures on forests? followed by a template for associated practical mapping exercise on overlaying spatial information on pressures (with some examples).

14 November 2017

What are current and future pressures on forests, and why do we need to integrate information from different sectors?

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

Presentation on pressures and threats and how these relate to drivers and barriers. It covers why we need to integrate information from different sectors, how we can identify and map future threats and drivers and approaches for mapping drivers and barriers.

14 November 2017

Integrated land use planning for REDD+ -using workflows and other supporting tools

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

Presentation on integrated land use planning for REDD+ highlighting the role of spatial analysis in REDD+ planning and important considerations. It looks at planning workflows and tools to support this process and shows how actions can contribute to multiple goals in a landscape varies depending on where and how they are implemented. It highlights how integrated land use planning can help plan for actions that are feasible, can enhance potential benefits and reduce potential risks.

14 November 2017

Agenda for working session spatial analysis integrated planning 2-6 Oct 2017

Uploaded By Corinna Ravilious

Agenda for Regional learning event on tools and approaches for integrated land-use planning & mainstreaming multiple benefits in sub-national REDD+ planning.

14 November 2017

Sri Lanka Communication Strategy - Readiness Phase

Uploaded By Thilal Nanayakkara

Communication Strategy of Sri Lanka during the Readiness Phase

13 November 2017

PNG REDD+: A Green Path for the Future

Uploaded By Heang Thy

With its unique, clan-based land tenure system, and ranking 154th on the Human Development Index, PNG identified national priorities on climate change and other sectors by including targets of a 50% reduction in GHG emissions by 2030 and to reach a point of carbon neutrality by 2050 in the NDC and National Strategy for Responsible and Sustainable Development (StaRS).

This video is to present how PNG REDD+ is integrated into the National Strategy for Responsible Sustainable Development and Climate Change Commitments under Paris Agreement.  The video is developed to especially present at the COP23 Side Event of the Three Countries in A/P, PNG, Monglia and Myanmar on 16 November 2017 hosted by UNDP.

13 November 2017

Mongolia: A Call to Action for Forests and Green Development (Short Version)

Uploaded By Heang Thy

The world’s only boreal REDD+ country, where temperatures have been rising at three times the global rate, the role of forests in adapting to climate change is an imperative in the country’s NDC.  The video is to present how Mongolia will overcome climate change through its national forest and climate change strategy, and engagtion in SDGs and NDCs.  The video is especially developed to present at the COP23 Side Event of the Three Countries in A/P, Mongolia, Myanmar, and PNG on 16 November 2017.

13 November 2017

Mongolia: A Call to Action for Forests and Green Development (Long Version)

Uploaded By Heang Thy

The world’s only boreal REDD+ country, where temperatures have been rising at three times the global rate, the role of forests in adapting to climate change is an imperative in the country’s NDC.  The video is to present how Mongolia will overcome climate change through its national forest and climate change strategy, and engagtion in SDGs and NDCs.  The video is especially developed to present at the COP23 Side Event of the Three Countries in A/P, Mongolia, Myanmar, and PNG on 16 November 2017.

13 November 2017

Myanmar: Role of Forests in Moving Toward Green and Sustainable Development

Uploaded By Heang Thy

Drivers of deforestation and forest degradation are typical of many tropical forested countries. Though just emerging from decades of political isolation and facing internal conflicts, the country is still with the largest remaining forest areas in SE Asia, third highest deforestation rate in the world and a huge potential for climate change mitigation through REDD+, which is the cornerstone of its NDC.

The video to present the Myanmar's REDD+ and its National Comprehensive Development.  It's especially developed to showcase at the COP23 REDD+ Side Event of the Three Countries in A/P Region, including Myanmar, Mongolia and PNG hosted by UNDP at UNDP Pavilion, Bonn Zone on 16 November 2017.

 

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