Forest Day 5 Voting Results – Afternoon Sessions

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About 1,050 people, including more than 200 official climate change negotiators, attended Forest Day 5 on the sidelines of the 17th UNFCCC Conference of Parties in Durban on 4 December 2011. Participants at the discussion forums were asked to vote on a series of questions pertinent to forestry, climate change and particularly REDD+. These are the results from the afternoon sessions. Forest Day is convened by the Center for International Forestry Research on behalf of the Collaborative Partnership on Forests. The 2011 event was hosted jointly with the Government of South Africa, through the Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries.

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Forest Day 5 Voting Results – Afternoon Sessions

  1. 1. <ul><li>Landscape approaches Change and adaptation in African drylands </li></ul>Session 2: 16H00-17H30 Olive 1
  2. 2. Choose the option that best characterizes the organization that you are representing at Forest Day 5:
  3. 3. What is the most important change needed to take climate smart agriculture to scale?
  4. 4. What is the most important change needed to take climate smart agriculture to scale?
  5. 5. Given experiences in your country, how would you rate the importance of devolving control over natural resources to local people as a way to improve woodland management in a way which builds resilience to climate shocks?
  6. 6. Given experiences in your country, how would you rate the importance of devolving control over natural resources to local people as a way to improve woodland management in a way which builds resilience to climate shocks?
  7. 7. Assuming that rights to woodland resources are clearly defined, which of the following would be the best way to involve the private sector in improving woodland management and landscape restoration?
  8. 8. Assuming that rights to woodland resources are clearly defined, which of the following would be the best way to involve the private sector in improving woodland management and landscape restoration?
  9. 9. Which of the following climate investments would most effectively promote adaptation (e.g., by improving household food security) in dry woodlands?
  10. 10. Which of the following climate investments would most effectively promote adaptation (e.g., by improving household food security) in dry woodlands?
  11. 11. Financing opportunities and issues for mitigation and adaptation Session 2: 16H00-17H30 Olive 2
  12. 12. Choose the option that best characterizes the organization that you are representing at Forest Day 5:
  13. 13. Which of the following would be the most appropriate financing mechanisms to facilitate the implementation of REDD+?
  14. 14. Which of the following would be the most appropriate financing mechanisms to facilitate the implementation of REDD+?
  15. 15. The involvement of private sector in REDD+ implementation should be:
  16. 16. The involvement of private sector in REDD+ implementation should be:
  17. 17. What are your main concerns related to private sector participation in REDD+?
  18. 18. What are your main concerns related to private sector participation in REDD+?
  19. 19. Which of the following would be the main benefit of expanded private sector involvement in REDD+?
  20. 20. Which of the following would be the main benefit of expanded private sector involvement in REDD+?
  21. 21. Which element of REDD+ would be most attractive to the private sector?
  22. 22. Which element of REDD+ would be most attractive to the private sector?
  23. 23. GENDER Session 2: 16H00-17H30 NBCC
  24. 24. Choose the option that best characterizes the organization that you are representing at Forest Day 5:
  25. 25. Which of the following is the most important barrier to gender equitable policies and practices regarding climate change mitigation and adaptation in the forest sector?
  26. 26. Which of the following is the most important barrier to gender equitable policies and practices regarding climate change mitigation and adaptation in the forest sector?
  27. 27. Which of the following is the most important action that could be taken nationally to address these barriers?
  28. 28. Which of the following is the most important action that could be taken nationally to address these barriers?
  29. 29. Which of the following is the most important action that could be taken by the international community to enable governments to address barriers to gender equitable policies and practices?
  30. 30. Which of the following is the most important action that could be taken by the international community to enable governments to address barriers to gender equitable policies and practices?
  31. 31. Thank you.

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