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08 August 2019
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03 August 2019
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Informe Metodológico de ONU-REDD sobre Género

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Informe Metodológico de ONU-REDD sobre Género

15 May 2019
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Info Brief Africa Region Jurisdictional Approaches to REDD+ in Africa: Emerging Lessons

uploaded by Alice Van der Elstraeten

Jurisdictional Approaches to REDD+ in Africa: Emerging Lessons

This info brief captures the UN-REDD Africa Regional Knowledge Exchange 2018 “REDD+ Implementation at Scale: Emerging Lessons on Jurisdictional Approaches and Linkages with National Policy Frameworks” that was held on 2–3 October 2018 at the United Nations Office in Nairobi, Kenya.

08 May 2019
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Nesting: Reconciling REDD+ at Multiple Scales (An Asia-Pacific Perspective)

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Nesting: Reconciling REDD+ at Multiple Scales - An Asia-Pacific Perspective

There are as many drivers of deforestation and forest degradation that lead to forest emissions as there are ways to mitigate them. In a given area, various actors – from local communities to private companies – may all be engaged in actions that reduce emissions, from sustainable agricultural intensification to reforestation and forest restoration plans. At the same time, the national government may implement land-tenure reform. All these actions contribute to reducing emissions resulting from deforestation and forest degradation.

08 May 2019
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Boreal Forests in a Changing Climate - Case Study: Mongolia

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Boreal Forests in a Changing Climate - Case Study: Mongolia

Boreal forests stretch across the northern reaches of the globe, from Europe to Russia to North America. They are the world’s largest biome, and make up 29% of the world’s total forest area, as well as 32% of global land-based carbon stocks. Compared with tropical forests, they store twice as much carbon per hectare, much of it in the soil.

The Northern Hemisphere’s frozen soils and peatlands hold an estimated 1,700 billion tonnes of carbon – four times more than humans have emitted since the industrial revolution, and twice as much as is currently in the atmosphere.

That means these forests play a key role in mitigating climate change – but at the same time, they are intensely affected by it: boreal forests are warming faster than any other forest biome.

Read this info brief to find out more about the boreal forests in Mongolia, which are among the world's most important. Boreal forests stretch across Mongolia’s north. They cover 14.2 million hectares – 9 percent of the country – and provide important benefits for this developing nation, as well as an important source of livelihood.

26 February 2019
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Info Brief: South-South Cooperation Ghana and Ecuador

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Info Brief: South-South Cooperation Ghana and Ecuador

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

21 February 2019
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Bosques y género en la preparación para REDD+ un insumo para la incorporación del enfoque de género en la estrategia integral de control a la deforestación y gestión de los bosques

uploaded by Marcela Rodríguez Salguero

El programa ONU-REDD a nivel global cuenta con un extenso trabajo en materia de género el cual orienta no solo la preparación de las estrategias nacionales de Reducción de emisiones por deforestación y degradación de bosques ENREDD+), sino que condensa buena parte de los aprendizajes generados hasta el momento no solo por el Programa, sino también por las Agencias de naciones unidas que lo lideran. dicho trabajo se centra en la necesidad de establecer canales de participación amplios e informados que tiendan a corregir los desbalances estructurales en los pilares que sostienen los programas REDD+, todos estos relacionados de una u otra forma con los ejes de análisis en materia de género que son; división sexual del trabajo, acceso a recursos y control sobre los recursos, y la participación sustantiva.

06 February 2019
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Scoping Private Sector Opportunities in Ethiopia: How to Stimulate Both Economic Development and REDD+ Implementation?

uploaded by Alice Van der Elstraeten

Scoping Private Sector Opportunities in Ethiopia: How to Stimulate Both Economic Development and REDD+ Implementation?

Ethiopia is one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa. Agriculture (subsistence and commercial) employs 80% of the population, contributes to 50% of the gross domestic product and provides 60% of export revenues, highlighting the importance of the sector for Ethiopia’s economy. At the same time, the country is experiencing ongoing deforestation, with agriculture being the principal driver of deforestation in Ethiopia. There are 2 national strategies - the climate-resilience green economy (CRGE) and the second-growth transformation plan (GTP2) - to shift the country to a more sustainable development paradigm while growing to middle-income status by 2025. Ethiopia has ample indigenous bamboo resources: the largest area of bamboo in Africa with 1 million hectares with a potential of 3 million hectares. Based on desk research and interviews, this report concludes that investments in bamboo carry the highest potential to restore, protect or recover forests as Ethiopia committed in 2014 to restore 15 million hectares by 2030. In doing so, there may be possibilities to harness the potential of both international development finance institutions as well as domestic financial institutions, given that Ethiopia is at the moment an underbanked country with little domestic or international funding flowing to forest-friendly projects that contribute to REDD+.

31 January 2019
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27 November 2018
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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.

27 August 2018
English

Operationalising and Financing National REDD+ Strategies: from programming and financing implementation to results-based payments

uploaded by Leona Liu

A REDD+ National Strategy or Action Plan may not be sufficient to fully guide REDD+ implementation, and may need to be complemented by more detailed, operational document(s) at national and/or subnational level. As agreed in the Warsaw Framework for REDD+, a National REDD+ Strategy and/or Action Plan is one of the prerequisites for accessing results-based payments (RBPs) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). These strategies present an overall vision, over the medium to long term, setting aspirational goals and outlining a general approach to achieving them. However, they often lack the operational elements required to fully frame REDD+ implementation: an explicit theory of change with clear priorities for implementation; a budget coupled with a financing plan and funding mechanism; and/or a REDD+ results framework with an associated monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system. This infobrief examines how to operationalise and finance National REDD+ Strategies from programming and financing implementation to results-based payments.

12 July 2018
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Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d'Ivoire - Executive Summary

uploaded by Griet Ingrid Dierckxsens

Economic and Financial Challenges to Scaling Up Sustainable Cocoa Production in Côte d'Ivoire - Executive Summary

Agroforestry can play a key role in addressing the critical situation of Ivorian forests. It would also ensure the future of cocoa farming, a key sector of the country’s economy. To that end, a national agroforestry definition including quantitative elements is needed to guide investments consistently with national policy objectives. It would also harmonize socio-economic and environmental objectives. This study highlights several elements that can guide the development of this definition. The latter should consider the factors that influence cocoa yields in the arbitration between environmental and economic costs and benefits for the different actors in the cocoa value chain.

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