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01 June 2020
English

Addressing forest crime through improved governance in the Lower Mekong region

uploaded by Maryia Kukharava

The Lower Mekong basin is a globally important ecoregion that encompasses a high diversity of forest habitats. These forests are home not only to diverse and rare wildlife but are also a source of essential products and services for many communities.To reduce the pressure on this valuable natural resource and to halt deforestation and forest degradation in the region, the Government of Norway is collaborating with the UN-REDD Programme to implement a new two-year regional initiative (2020–2022) that will support countries in the Lower Mekong region (Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Thailand and Viet Nam). The Initiative will focus on working with key institutions in these countries, as well as in China, the primary importer of wood products from the region, to reduce forest crime by strengthening forest governance, and in particular, the effectiveness of systems designed to ensure legal and sustainable trade in timber.

16 December 2019
English

Forestry in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). An Asia-Pacific Perspective

uploaded by Maryia Kukharava

This policy brief provides a summary of an expert discussion forum convened on “Forestry in NDCs of Asia-Pacific countries: 2020 vision”.

The forum was held on 17 June 2019 and organised as part of the 2019 Asia-Pacific Forestry Week (APFW) at the Green Climate Fund (GCF) office in Songdo, Republic of Korea.
Eleven regional experts participated in the forum, representing views from multiple countries, as well as from key institutions across the Asia-Pacific region.

This policy brief summarises the main discussions held during the consultation, which responded to a set of twelve questions designed to inform stakeholders on the potential role of forestry in achieving NDC goals in the Asia-Pacific region after 2020.

22 September 2019
English

Collective Tenure Rights: Realizing the Potential for REDD+ and Sustainable Development

uploaded by Amanda Bradley

Launched at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York, this brief sets out the case for securing collecting tenure rights in the context of REDD+ and sustainable development, presents success stories (positive impact of secure collective tenure rights) and proposes a range of measures for policymakers to progress in this domain. It pays particular attention to the links with and contribution to national strategies to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) and nationally determined contributions (NDCs).

22 September 2019
English

Collective Tenure Rights: Realizing the Potential for REDD+ and Sustainable Development

uploaded by Amanda Bradley

Launched at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York, this brief sets out the case for securing collecting tenure rights in the context of REDD+ and sustainable development, presents success stories (positive impact of secure collective tenure rights) and proposes a range of measures for policy makers to progress in this domain. It pays particular attention to the links with and contribution to national strategies to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) and nationally determined contributions (NDCs).

20 August 2019
Spanish

Infografía: Ganadería Sostenible y bosques en América Latina y el Caribe

uploaded by Alice Van der Elstraeten

Infografía: Ganadería Sostenible y bosques en América Latina y el Caribe

03 August 2019
Spanish

Informe Metodológico de ONU-REDD sobre Género

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

Informe Metodológico de ONU-REDD sobre Género

05 July 2019
Spanish

Lista de Verificacion para Talleres Sensibles a las Cuestiones de Genero

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

Esta simple lista de verificación se ha preparado para ayudar a los organizadores de los talleres a diseñar y aplicar talleres sensibles a las cuestiones de género a nivel regional, nacional o local.

05 July 2019
French

Liste de Controle pour les Ateliers Sensibles au Genre

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

Cette liste de contrôle simplifiée a été préparée de sorte à assister les organisateurs dans la conception et la réalisation d’ateliers prenant en compte la dimension du genre, ceci aux niveaux régional, national ou local.

05 July 2019
English

Checklist for Gender-Responsive Workshops (also in SP/FR

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

In its efforts to support its partner countries and development practitioners in meaningfully integrating a gender perspective into their policies and institutional commitments for REDD+, the UN-REDD Programme has developed a Checklist for Gender-Responsive Workshops. It is a simple, concise and easy to use two-page checklist that provides concrete guidance for workshop organizers in designing and implementing gender-responsive REDD+ workshops at the regional, national or local levels. This, in turn, can help all women and men REDD+ stakeholders in equitably and meaningfully participating in national and sub-national REDD+ action. The checklist is available on the UN-REDD Workspace in English, French and Spanish.

05 July 2019
English

UN-REDD Gender Marker Information Brief

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

This Information Brief provides key details about the UN-REDD Gender Marker Rating System which was created in 2017 to track and monitor the gender responsiveness of UN-REDD’s technical assistance.

26 June 2019
French

Note d'information Echange Sud-Sud: L'elevage durable et ses liens avec les forets

uploaded by Alice Van der Elstraeten

Le Programme ONU-REDD, avec l’appui du gouvernement du Paraguay représenté par le ministère de l’Environnement et du Développement durable et le ministère de l’Agriculture et de
l’Élevage, a organisé les 6 et 7 novembre à Asunción, Paraguay, l’Échange Sud-Sud sur « l’élevage durable et ses liens avec
les forêts ». Cet atelier visait à ouvrir un espace d’échange et de dialogue entre producteurs, institutions gouvernementales, agences de coopération, industriels, organisations de la société civile, institutions financières et distributeurs. Le but de cet échange était de contribuer à l’analyse de l’activité d’élevage, en mettant l’accent sur la chaîne de production de la viande
et ses liens avec les objectifs, les engagements et les accords internationaux convenus en matière de lutte contre le changement climatique. Une attention particulière a été accordée aux différents modèles de production animale et à leurs effets sur l’environnement, notamment la déforestation. L’événement a également permis d’échanger les bonnes pratiques et les outils visant à favoriser l’élevage durable dans la région. Cette note informative donne un résumé des discussions. 

26 June 2019
French

Note d'information Echange Sud-Sud: L'elevage durable et ses liens avec les forets

uploaded by Alice Van der Elstraeten

Le Programme ONU-REDD, avec l’appui du gouvernement du Paraguay représenté par le ministère de l’Environnement et du Développement durable et le ministère de l’Agriculture et de
l’Élevage, a organisé les 6 et 7 novembre à Asunción, Paraguay, l’Échange Sud-Sud sur « l’élevage durable et ses liens avec
les forêts ». Cet atelier visait à ouvrir un espace d’échange et de dialogue entre producteurs, institutions gouvernementales, agences de coopération, industriels, organisations de la société civile, institutions financières et distributeurs. Le but de cet échange était de contribuer à l’analyse de l’activité d’élevage, en mettant l’accent sur la chaîne de production de la viande
et ses liens avec les objectifs, les engagements et les accords internationaux convenus en matière de lutte contre le changement climatique. Une attention particulière a été accordée aux différents modèles de production animale et à leurs effets sur l’environnement, notamment la déforestation. L’événement a également permis d’échanger les bonnes pratiques et les outils visant à favoriser l’élevage durable dans la région. Cette note informative donne un résumé des discussions. 

26 June 2019
English

Info Brief Latin America South-South Exchange: Sustainable Livestock and its relationship with forests

uploaded by Alice Van der Elstraeten

The United Nations Collaborative Programme on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries, with the support of the Government of Paraguay, represented by the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADES) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG), organized the South-South Exchange “Sustainable livestock and its relationship with forests” from 6 to 7 November in Asunción, Paraguay. The workshop sought to create a space for exchange and dialogue among producers, government institutions, aid agencies, industry, civil society organizations, financial institutions and traders. The objective was to contribute to the analysis of livestock activity, with a
particular focus on the meat chain and its link with international climate change goals, commitments and agreements. This info brief gives an overview of the discussions. 

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