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29 March 2016

QUE HACE ONU-REDD EN COLOMBIA

Uploaded By Mario German González Guarin

Este video ilustra el papel de ONU-REDD en Colombia. Se trata de una pieza de comunicación dirigida a públicos que no están relacionados con el tema REDD+ y Cambio climático, y es usado en la primera interacción con grupos sociales y étnicos.

02 February 2016

Safeguards and SIS Lessons and Experiences from Asia-Pacific Countries

Uploaded By Maddie West

This short video highlights stakeholder lessons learned and experiences captured at the Asia-Pacific Regional Expert Consultation on Safeguards and Safeguards Information Systems (SIS), hosted by the UN-REDD Programme and held in Bangkok 11-12 March 2015

21 January 2016

Session 8: MRV Experiences and South-South Cooperation in Mesoamerica

Uploaded By Maddie West

Mexico shares its experiences and lessons learned from developing the monitoring system in the context of the Project “Reinforcing REDD+ Readiness and Enabling South-South Cooperation”. Other countries share experiences in the development of the South-South cooperation strategy in the Mesoamerican region, as well as its link to the regional needs assessment supported by the UN-REDD Programme and next steps in strengthening collaboration between countries to continue working on monitoring systems.

Presenter: Jorge Morfin, Mexico; Ana Karla Perea, Mexico; Diana Vargas, Colombia
Moderator: Lucio Santos, FAO

21 January 2016

Session 7: Social inclusion and REDD+

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 7: Social inclusion and REDD+ -- November 2015

Social inclusiveness in REDD+ policy is deemed crucial to ensure both the effectiveness of REDD+ action and the compliance of REDD+ with the sustainable development goals. This session explores how to enable and advance social inclusion in REDD+ policy work, focusing on two major fronts: (i) gender mainstreaming, and (ii) the realization of the rights and development priorities of indigenous peoples and local communities. 

Countries and non-governmental stakeholders share:
• Experiences in integrating gender considerations into REDD+ policy work, both from the grassroots and through national processes.
• Participatory dialogues and partnerships to inform REDD+ policy, aligning it with social inclusion principles.
• Establishing mechanisms for social inclusion, such as FPIC protocols and participatory governance arrangements. 

Presenters: Alfred Gichu, Kenya; Marbelina Oller, grassroots women’s leader, Panama
Moderator: Alfred Gichu, Kenya

21 January 2016

Session 6: Country approaches to REDD+ safeguards, including REDD+ safeguards information systems

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 6: Country approaches to REDD+ safeguards, including REDD+ safeguards information systems -- November 2015

This session covers two key topics: a) a country approach to Safeguards, and b) developing a safeguards information system.
Country approach:

Countries share experiences and lessons learned related to country approaches to meeting UNFCCC and other REDD+ safeguard requirements, and which represent country experiences featured in a new global review of country approach to safeguards.

Designing a safeguards information system:
Country experiences and perspectives are shared that have informed practical design considerations of safeguards information systems (SISs), and which represent country experiences featured in a new SIS practical design considerations resource document.

Presenters: Mexico; Nepal; Zambia
Moderator: Ana Karla Perea, Mexico

21 January 2016

Session 5: REDD+ synergies in countries’ INDCs submitted to UNFCCC

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 5: Synergies on land-use/REDD+ in countries’ INDCs submitted to the UNFCCC and national strategy documents and REDD+ programmes -- November 2015

This session includes discussions on how land use has been covered in INDCs submitted by REDD+ countries. More specifically, the session starts with an introduction to Lima guidance on INDCs, followed by findings of a comparison of forest targets and accounting approaches in INDCs compared with REDD+ strategy documents and programs. REDD+ country representatives provide commentaries on their INDCs with view to land use. Finally, panellists and the plenary discuss experiences from the INDC processes, discuss potential gaps/mismatches in INDCs and REDD+ strategies and programs, lessons learned for the way forward, etc. 

Presenters/Commentators: Yaw Kwakye, Ghana; Tri Wahyudiyati, Indonesia; Osvaldo Quintanilla, Chile; Ricardo Ulate Chacón, Costa Rica; Pipa Elias, TNC
Moderator: Duncan Marsh, TNC

21 January 2016

Session 4: Country experiences in the development and prioritization of REDD+ Policies and Measures

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 4: Country experiences in the development and prioritization of REDD+ Policies and Measures -- November 2015

Countries share their experiences in prioritizing polices and measures (PAMs) that address the direct and indirect drivers of deforestation, as part of their REDD+ National Strategy/Action Plan. The financial and operational planning for PAMs implementation, as part of the national policy framework is also covered. Challenges related to the financing and implementation of these PAMs are also discussed.

Presenters: Anura Sathurusinghe, Sri Lanka; Patricia Serrano, Ecuador
Moderator: Gustavo Suárez de Freitas, Peru

21 January 2016

Session 3: Carbon stock assessments and monitoring in indigenous territories in Latin America

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 3: Carbon stock assessments and monitoring in indigenous territories in Latin America -- November 2015

Indigenous Peoples groups in Latin America present and discuss their achievements in measuring carbon stocks in their territories. Examples are presented by COICA and AMPB on the Amazon Region and by OJEWP on indigenous Emberá/Wounaan territories in Panama. 

Presenters: Lupita Omi, OJEWP; Cándido Mezúa, AMPB; Edwin Vasquez Campos, COICA
Moderator: Chris Meyer, EDF

21 January 2016

Session 2: Progress and challenges on forest reference levels for UNFCCC

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 2: Progress and challenges on forest reference levels for UNFCCC -- November 2015

Progress made in Forest Reference Level preparation, submission and the technical assessment is shared by countries, highlighting some of the challenges and opportunities to overcome these. 

Presenters: Diana Vargas, Colombia; Carolina Rosero, Ecuador; Ana Karla Perea, Mexico
Moderator: Diana Vargas, Colombia

21 January 2016

Session 1: Early lessons learned from engaging the private sector in REDD+

Uploaded By Maddie West

Global Joint FCPF – UN-REDD Programme REDD+ Knowledge Exchange Day : Session 1: Early lessons learned from engaging the private sector in REDD+ -- November 2015

Early lessons learned from emerging public-private partnerships around deforestation-free commodity supply chains are shared. Roundtable participants highlight opportunities and challenges in the dialogue between public and private stakeholders, steps from corporate commitments to local action, and recommendations for the way forward. Discussion also focuses on opportunities to use available climate-finance to leverage larger private investments that can support REDD+ objectives, the key challenges that were encountered in operationalizing private sector engagement in REDD+ programs, and concrete next steps for emerging partnerships. 

Presenters: Tania Lopez, Costa Rica; Yaw Kwakye, Ghana 
Moderator: Lexine Hansen, USAID

* Ghana's presentation experienced a sound recording issue and is not included in this video. We apologize for this technical issue.

21 January 2016

Listening to the Forest in Panama. UN-REDD Programme Active Listening Process - Women’s Channel

Uploaded By Maddie West

Spanish with English Sub-titles:
During 2014 and 2015 Panama carried out an “active listening” process with key stakeholders on the situation of the forest and the challenges to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation looking at the participatory construction of Panama’s National REDD+ Strategy. The dialogue included several key stakeholder groups; including a specific channel for women. This video shows the voices and opinions of women from indigenous, afro-descendant and campesino communities of Panama.

21 January 2016

Escuchando al Bosque en Panamá. Proceso de Escucha Activa del Programa ONU-REDD – Canal Mujeres

Uploaded By Maddie West

Durante 2014 y 2015 Panamá llevó a cabo un proceso de escucha activa sobre la situación del bosque y los retos para reducir las emisiones causadas por la deforestación y degradación con miras a la elaboración participativa de la Estrategia Nacional REDD+. El diálogo incluyó cinco grupos de actores relevantes en el país, entre ellos un canal específico para mujeres. Este video recoge las voces y opiniones de las mujeres de comunidades indígenas, afrodescendientes y campesinas de Panamá.

21 January 2016

Logros y lecciones aprendidas del Programa Nacional Conjunto de Ecuador

Uploaded By Maddie West

Este video animado resume los principales logros y lecciones aprendidas durante el desarrollo del Programa Nacional Conjunto de Ecuador entre 2012 y 2015, llevado a cabo con el apoyo de ONU-REDD y bajo el liderazgo del Ministerio del Ambiente de Ecuador.

21 January 2016

Ecuador’s National Joint Programme Achievements and Leasons Learned Video

Uploaded By Maddie West

This animated video compiles the main achievements and lessons learned during the development of Ecuador’s National Joint Programme from 2012-2015 with the support of UN-REDD and under the leadership of Ecuador’s Ministry of Environment.

17 December 2015

COP21 Paris Agreement Dec 2015

Uploaded By Jennifer Ferguson-Mitchell
11 November 2015

National Strategies and Action Plans - UN-REDD AP Region

Uploaded By Maddie West

Taking account of experiences of a number of countries, including not only those within the Asia/Pacific region, but also from Brazil and Ecuador, several key issues and lessons emerged and summarized in this video on the development of National Strategies/Action Plans. This video is one of the outcomes from the Regional Exchange Event on "REDD+ National Strategies/Action Plans” held on 29th – 31st July 2015, Bangkok.

04 November 2015

Experiences and Challenges in Latin American and the Caribbean towards the Implementation of REDD+

Uploaded By Maddie West

This video presents lessons learned shared at a recent regional knowledge exchange hosted by the UN-REDD Programme in Mexico. (Spanish with English subtitles).

15 October 2015

A Fair Climate: Gender Equity in Forestry & REDD+

Uploaded By Maddie West

This training video targets community forestry practitioners to improve gender equity on the ground. The video explains the concept of gender equity in the context of forest communities and highlights best practices for achieving gender equity.

Shot in Vientiane in Lao PDR and the Baan Thung Yao community forest in Thailand, the video features grassroots and institutional knowledge and experience, on forest governance and management practices. The video is produced by USAID-funded programs Grassroots Equity and Enhanced Networks in Mekong (GREEN Mekong) and Lowering Emissions in Asia's Forests program (USAID-LEAF).

The best practices highlighted in the video are sourced from a joint study produced by Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (WOCAN), the United Nations Collaborative Programme on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (UN-REDD) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Lowering Emissions in Asia’s Forests (USAID-LEAF) project.

The video is also informed by the case study produced by RECOFTC – Gender and community forests in a changing landscape: Lessons from Ban Thung Yao, Thailand

13 October 2015
25 September 2015

Papua New Guinea: First National Forest Inventory and Biodiversity Survey

Uploaded By Maddie West

Papua New Guinea is embarking on its first national forest inventory (NFI) under the arrangements for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD)+. The inventory will include not only activities for measuring timber volume and estimating carbon stocks and greenhouse gas emissions but also, significantly, a protocol for the first survey of the nation’s forest biodiversity. 


The combined inventory will make it possible to assess the trade-offs between protecting biodiversity and reducing emissions, in order to promote sustainable forest management and improve local forest community livelihoods. The data produced by Papua New Guinea’s NFI will be instrumental in developing sound government policies to sustainably manage the nation’s biodiverse forest heritage, on which most of the nation’s population depends, for the benefit of present and future generations.

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