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©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 1©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
A Landscape Solution?
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 2
UNLOCKING FOREST
FINANCE
OUR PARTNERS
Coordinated by
Global Canopy Programme
South America...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 3©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Farmers / Landscape
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 4©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
A Landscape Scale Financing Mechanism
• Modelling Transition ...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 5©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Model the Cost of Transition at a
Landscape Scale
1. Ecosyste...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 6
WHAT SCALE OF
INVESTMENT?
Institutional investors say Natural Capital projects
are too sma...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 7©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Lessons
$135 Billion/yr $1.1 Billion/yr
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 8©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Community
Monitoring Reporting &
Verificaton - MRV
• Quantify...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 9©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Top Down meets Bottom Up
• National MRV systems + Local C-MRV...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 10©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 11©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 12©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 13©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 14©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 15©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Data replicated to
the cloud
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 16©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Three Primary Data Sets
• Carbon > Forest Change
• Ecosystem...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 17©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Smap running on our own web server
Form management
ODK
Colle...
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 18©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 19©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Lessons
?
©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 20
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This presentation by Andrew Mitchell from the Global Canopy Programme given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Climate change: Seeing Green in REDD – Sharing experiences on the equity and economics of REDD+ pilot projects" focuses on the task of unlocking forest finance, what a landscape scale financing mechanism would look like, what the costs would be and what lessons have been learned so far.

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  1. 1. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 1©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME A Landscape Solution?
  2. 2. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 2 UNLOCKING FOREST FINANCE OUR PARTNERS Coordinated by Global Canopy Programme South America Europe
  3. 3. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 3©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Farmers / Landscape
  4. 4. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 4©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME A Landscape Scale Financing Mechanism • Modelling Transition Costs to Sustainability • Application of US$1 – 2 billion Green Bonds
  5. 5. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 5©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Model the Cost of Transition at a Landscape Scale 1. Ecosystem Services 2. Sustainable Supply Chains: • Beef, soy, palm, aquaculture etc. 3. Resilient Livelihoods
  6. 6. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 6 WHAT SCALE OF INVESTMENT? Institutional investors say Natural Capital projects are too small. They ideally need to invest at US$ 0.5 – 2 billion scale Transition costs of agriculture are ideal – needing upfront investments in sub-national regions costing 1-2 US$ billion - in Acre alone. Needs ‘patient capital’ over 20-30 years Capital markets could use large scale Green Bonds with transformation of sub-national economies
  7. 7. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 7©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Lessons $135 Billion/yr $1.1 Billion/yr
  8. 8. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 8©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Community Monitoring Reporting & Verificaton - MRV • Quantify change? • Pay for Performance • Who should benefit? • Safeguards
  9. 9. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 9©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Top Down meets Bottom Up • National MRV systems + Local C-MRV • National = Remote Sensing / Space • Needs “Ground Truth” • Local = Verification + Incentives + Equity • Communities well placed to provide this • And receive benefits in return
  10. 10. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 10©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
  11. 11. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 11©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
  12. 12. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 12©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
  13. 13. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 13©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
  14. 14. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 14©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
  15. 15. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 15©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Data replicated to the cloud
  16. 16. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 16©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Three Primary Data Sets • Carbon > Forest Change • Ecosystem Services = Natural Resource Use • Community Wellbeing
  17. 17. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 17©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Smap running on our own web server Form management ODK Collect Data management
  18. 18. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 18©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
  19. 19. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 19©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME Lessons ?
  20. 20. ©2014 GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME 20 www.globalcanopy.org
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