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02 April 2019

Advancing on REDD+ Module2: Forest Reference Emission Levels (FRELs)

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module of the REDD+ Academy Course Advancing on REDD+ presents one of the four elements for REDD+ readiness - Forest Reference Emission Levels. The module explains: 

  • What is meant by a FREL/FRL
  • How to support the development of a FREL/FRL
  • How to submit a FREL/FRL
02 April 2019

Advancing on REDD+ Module 1: National Forest Monitoring Systems for REDD+

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module of the REDD+ Academy Course Advancing on REDD+ looks at how countries can measure their REDD+ Performance in terms of greenhouse gas emission reductions. It answers the questions: 

  • What is meant by National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS)?
  • Why are NFMS required, with reference to the UNFCCC?
  • How are NFMS developed and implemented? 

 

02 April 2019

Fundamentals on REDD+ Module 6: REDD+ Finance

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module from the REDD+ Academy Course on Fundamentals on REDD+ considers finance as a multi-faceted means to achieve REDD+ objectives, i.e. reducing emissions and increasing removals of greenhouse gasses. The module includes explanations about: 

  • The multi-facets of REDD+ finance
  • Financing REDD+ readiness
  • Financing the implementation of policies and measures
  • Accessing the results-based REDD+ finance 
02 April 2019

Fundamentals on REDD+ Module 5: National Strategies and Action Plans

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module from the REDD+ Academy Course Fundamentals on REDD+ is designed for participants to understand the purpose and the importance of quality REDD+  NS/AP design processes and NS/AP documents to implement REDD+ activities successfully and ensure results. It also highlights various elements that countries may find useful to take into consideration to achieve this. The module includes explanations about: 

  • National Strategies/Actions Plans and the UNFCCC
  • Developing National Strategies/Action Plans
  • Cross-cutting issues throughout the National Strategies/Action Plans development process. 

 

02 April 2019

Fundamentals on REDD+ Module 4: Policies and measures for REDD+ Implementation

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module of the REDD+ Academy Course Fundamentals on REDD+ looks at how countries can design and implement policies and measures (PAMs) for REDD+ implementation. It follows on from the module on drivers of deforestation and forest degradation and is closely related to the next module on National Strategies/Action Plans. The module includes explanations about: 

  • PAMs under the UNFCCC
  • PAMs in relation to drivers and REDD+ activities
  • Analytical work in support of PAMs design
  • Designing and implementing nationally appropriate PAMs
  • Monitoring for PAMs 
02 April 2019

Fundamentals on REDD+ Module 3: Drivers of deforestation and forest degradation

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

 This module of the REDD+ Academy Course Fundamentals of REDD+ presents the main drivers of deforestation and forest degradation and proposes a framework to analyze them. It includes explanations about: 

  • the main drivers of deforestation and forest degradation
  • the importance of analyzing drivers of deforestation and forest degradation
  • how to analyze drivers of deforestation and forest degradation
02 April 2019

Fundamentals on REDD+ Module 2: Understanding REDD+ and the UNFCCC

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module of REDD+ Academy course Fundamentals of REDD+ provides the basis for the UN-REDD Programme. It includes explanations about:

  • What is meant by REDD+ and how it is been negotiated at the global level.
  • The importance of REDD+ implementation and challenges faced at the national level
  • International initiatives to support REDD+ implementation at the national level 
02 April 2019

Fundamentals on REDD+ Module 1: Climate Change and the Role of Forests

Uploaded By Alice Van der Elstraeten

This module of Fundamentals of REDD+ shows evidence that the climate is changing and shows a clear link with human activity. It then presents the role of forests in relation to climate regulation. 

01 April 2019

Spatial Analysis: A Tool for Integrated Land Use Planning for REDD+

Uploaded By Barbara Pollini

Spatial Analysis: A Tool for Integrated Land Use Planning for REDD+

This brief brings together country experiences to identify the critical success factors in the development of spatial analyses to inform REDD+ implementation, and their uptake into national REDD+ strategy and implementation plans. It aims to provide information and lessons learned to those countries that are still preparing their national REDD+ strategies or action plans (NS/APs), as well as to those who have already approved a NS/AP and that are now in the process of developing investment or implementation plans for specific REDD+ jurisdictions, policies or measures.

29 March 2019

Bangladesh NP Annual Report 2018

Uploaded By Mihaela Secrieru
 
26 February 2019

Info Brief: South-South Cooperation Ghana and Ecuador

Uploaded By Ela Ionescu

Info Brief: South-South Cooperation Ghana and Ecuador

This brief contains experiences and lessons learned from South-South Knowledge Exchange between Ghana and Ecuador.

26 February 2019
23 February 2019

Elaboration et mise en place d’un système d’information sur les sauvegardes, rapport final, Août 2017

Uploaded By Dave

A l’issu de la conférence de Cancun en 2010, les pays signataires de la
Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC)
se sont convenus de sept (07) garanties, lesquelles sont requises et soutenues
pour les activités REDD+ (Décision 1 / CP.16 Annexe 1 Paragraphe 2). Ces
garanties sont denommées « Garanties de Cancun ». A la suite des conférences
des parties à Durban en 2011 et à Varsovie en 2013, il a été convenu que les
pays mettant en œuvre des activités REDD+ doivent fournir un résumé des
informations sur la façon dont toutes les garanties ont été prises en compte et
respectées (Décision 12 / CP.17) au niveau de la CNUCC tous les 4 ans. En effet,
il a été convenu en marge de cette la conférence de Varsovie, l’élaboration de (i) la
stratégie national ou plan d’action REDD+ , (ii) niveau d’emission de référence, (iii)
le système national de surveillance des forêts et (iv) la système d’information sur
les garanties (SIS).

23 February 2019

Framework of the SIS in Ghana, draft, September 2018 (English)

Uploaded By Dave

The development of a Safeguard Information System (SIS) is one of the three safeguard-
related requirements 1 outlined by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCCC) and is linked to the delivery of results-based payments 2 .
Although there are no official guidelines on how countries are supposed to set up a system
for providing information on how safeguards are addressed and respected (commonly known
as a Safeguard Information System or SIS), Parties to the UNFCCC have agreed on some broad
guidance on the characteristics of a SIS.

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