Forest Day 5 Voting Results – Morning 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 morning 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 – Morning Sessions

  1. 1. REDD+ on the Ground Session 1: 11H00-12H30 Olive 1
  2. 2. Choose the option that best characterizes the organization that you are representing at Forest Day 5:
  3. 3. What is currently the most important barrier to design and implementation of REDD+ policies and strategies?
  4. 4. What is currently the most important barrier to design and implementation of REDD+ policies and strategies?
  5. 5. Which of the following are the most important obstacles to implementing REDD+ demonstration activities in specific areas on the ground?
  6. 6. Which of the following are the most important obstacles to implementing REDD+ demonstration activities in specific areas on the ground?
  7. 7. What is the most important area for capacity building to facilitate better implementation of REDD+?
  8. 8. What is the most important area for capacity building to facilitate better implementation of REDD+?
  9. 9. What is the most important area where science can contribute to better implementation of REDD+?
  10. 10. What is the most important area where science can contribute to better implementation of REDD+?
  11. 11. What is the most important action that could be taken by the international community to enable countries to address the challenges of REDD+ implementation?
  12. 12. What is the most important action that could be taken by the international community to enable countries to address the challenges of REDD+ implementation?
  13. 13. Thank you.
  14. 14. Landscape approaches: The place of agroforestry, afforestation and reforestation in REDD+ Session 1: 11H00-12H30 Olive 2
  15. 15. Choose the option that best characterizes the organization that you are representing at Forest Day 5:
  16. 16. To what extent do REDD+ negotiators recognize the importance of landscape approaches in REDD+?
  17. 17. To what extent do REDD+ negotiators recognize the importance of landscape approaches in REDD+?
  18. 18. To what extent do REDD+ negotiators recognize the importance of landscape approaches in REDD+?
  19. 19. To what extent do REDD+ negotiators recognize the importance of landscape approaches in REDD+?
  20. 20. Should REDD+ funds be invested in agroforestry, afforestation and reforestation as part of strategies for achieving REDD+?
  21. 21. Should REDD+ funds be invested in agroforestry, afforestation and reforestation as part of strategies for achieving REDD+?
  22. 22. Which of the following has been the greatest challenge for the inclusion of agroforestry in climate change mitigation strategies so far?
  23. 23. Which of the following has been the greatest challenge for the inclusion of agroforestry in climate change mitigation strategies so far?
  24. 24. Which of the following is likely to be the most useful contribution to REDD+ landscape approaches?
  25. 25. Which of the following is likely to be the most useful contribution to REDD+ landscape approaches?
  26. 26. Thank you.
  27. 28. Reference Levels and Monitoring Session 1: 11H00-12H30 La Vita
  28. 29. Choose the option that best characterizes the organization that you are representing at Forest Day 5:
  29. 30. Knowledge : I am informed about and understand well the debate about reference levels in REDD+.
  30. 31. Knowledge : I am informed about and understand well the debate about reference levels in REDD+.
  31. 32. Perceived relevance : Reference levels are essential for moving forward with REDD+
  32. 33. Perceived relevance : Reference levels are essential for moving forward with REDD+
  33. 34. Modalities : Methods for establishing reference levels should be:
  34. 35. Modalities : Methods for establishing reference levels should be:
  35. 36. Institutional set-up : REDD+ recipient countries’ performance vis-a-vis agreed-upon reference levels should be monitored: DID NOT ASK!
  36. 37. Institutional set-up : REDD+ recipient countries’ performance vis-a-vis agreed-upon reference levels should be monitored: DID NOT ASK!

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