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Presentation by Tim Clairs, UN-REDD Programme.

Presentation by Tim Clairs, UN-REDD Programme.
Scope of the global climate agreement, Forest Day 3.
Sunday, December 13th, 2009.
Copenhagen, Denmark.

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    Getting Initial Readiness Underway Getting Initial Readiness Underway Presentation Transcript

    • Getting Initial Readiness Underway Forest Day 3, Sunday 13 December 2009
    • What is the UN-REDD Programme? • Collaborative partnership • Pledges of $106m • First phase: – 9 ‘Quick Starts’ – Global Programme • Second phase after COP15
    • Participating Countries
    • Early Insights Developing REDD+ Getting Organized MRV for Carbon Strategies
    • Readiness Management Arrangements Start-up Activities • The formulation of REDD “roadmaps” has greatly helped to clarify required interventions, and those for which UN- REDD has a comparative advantage. • This has been done in PNG and Viet Nam and Zambia • Strong emphasis on stakeholder engagement mechanisms
    • Organizing and Consulting Stakeholder Engagement • The establishment of engagement mechanisms early in the process is very important. Validation meetings before submission of proposals support this process • The establishment of a broad-based multi-stakeholder consultation mechanism can dramatically increase confidence in the process among all stakeholders. This has been the experience, for example, in Viet Nam
    • Preparing REDD+ Strategies Consensus Building • The process of developing a REDD+ Strategy is as important as the end product • Identifying the drivers of deforestation needs to be done in a way that leads to national consensus; otherwise no strategy or implementation plan will work. • DRC is devoting time to ensure the assessment of drivers of deforestation serves to unite stakeholders around forest issues
    • Preparing REDD+ Strategies Strategy Options • It is important to position a REDD strategy in the context of a broader process. • For example, in PNG a low-carbon development strategy is being prepared; • in Viet Nam, REDD is contained within the “National Target Programme” to address CC
    • Designing a Monitoring System MRV • Early action on MRV is critical • Key initial elements are: - remote sensing for forest area data - the role of the national forest inventory with regards to the emission factor • In DRC, both components would in turn support the country’s national greenhouse gas inventory.
    • Proposed MRV System for DRC
    • Emerging Areas of Focus for 2010 Benefit MRV for Environment & Distribution Governance Social Principles
    • Benefit Distribution
    • Governance Structures
    • Environment and Social Principles
    • Knowledge Network: UN-REDD Workspace
    • For more information… Visit www.un-redd.org Email un-redd@un- redd.org