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CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results
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CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results

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Christopher Martius also gave a presentation on GCS, see it here.

Christopher Martius also gave a presentation on GCS, see it here.

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  • In the face of numerous emerging first-generation REDD+ activities – both projects and national strategies – CIFOR has started in 2009, a global comparative study on REDD+.
  • Where we are working : National policy analysis in 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the mapREDD project analysis in 6 countries
  • Where we are working : National policy analysis in 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the mapREDD project analysis in 6 countries
  • Where we are working : National policy analysis in 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the mapREDD project analysis in 6 countries
  • Some major outputs of CIFOR’s global comparative study.
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    • 1. CIFOR’s Global Comparative Study on REDD+ Christopher Martius Norad meetings, 28 May, 2013
    • 2. Global Comparative Study on REDD+ GCS-REDD+ Objectives • support REDD+ policy arenas and practitioner communities with sciencebased - information - analysis - tools • ensure 3E+ outcomes - effectiveness efficiency equity co-benefits
    • 3. Thanks to
    • 4. GCS-REDD Structure
    • 5. Where GCS works
    • 6. Where GCS works Policy analysis 12 countries since 2009 Laos added 2013 Ethiopia, Mexico 2014
    • 7. Where GCS works Project analysis 6 countries 23 REDD project sites 190 villages 4524 households
    • 8. Module 1 REDD+ strategies, policies and measures new research - - links of national & international political processes benefits-sharing
    • 9. Module 2 REDD+ Project Sites “BACI” research design Comparison Control Project site Intervention Control before Control after Intervention before Intervention before Before After
    • 10. Module 3 Monitoring and Reference Levels Improve procedures & practices for estimating & managing carbon stocks Hallmark: Stepwise approach to RELs & MRV (considers countries’ capacities)
    • 11. Module 4 Carbon management at the landscape scale Improve the design of multilevel institutions and processes to overcome economic and policy barriers to REDD+ and other low carbon land use policies
    • 12. GCS output & results 2009 2008 + country profiles + scientific publications 2012
    • 13. From Research to Impact: Theory of Change Boundary partners Knowledge uptake CIFOR and research partners Knowledge generation Effective, efficient and equitable REDD+ new climate change regimes controllable indicators Internalization and uptake by boundary partners national / NGO MRV, develop ment strategies Partner-centered knowledge dissemination download rates trainings conferences stakeholder workshops Rigorous, salient, ethical science peer-reviewed publications Co-production of science non-controllable indicators
    • 14. Non-controllable indicators  national partners (Module 1) providing high quality information for national REDD+ policy processes  research used by  Indonesia: development of national strategy (scientist seconded to work on national REL), negotiations over the NOR-IND LoI  Ethiopian REDD+ taskforce: developing national MRV roadmap  Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)  integration of “stepwise” idea into UNFCCC decisions  our expertise called upon by national and sub-national governments and roundtables (e.g. Mesa REDD Peru)  solicitation to contribute to REDD+ efforts by other international organizations (e.g. RECOFTC, JRC)
    • 15. GCS Phase I results  Results bar Information across levels: comprehensive and fact-based Carbon: stepwise approach to RELs and MRV Scale matters Tenure security: needed locally, enforce nationally

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