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This presentation describes the new CIFOR project of the same name. The project’s objectives, structure and main research questions or activities are outlined.

This presentation describes the new CIFOR project of the same name. The project’s objectives, structure and main research questions or activities are outlined.

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  • REDD+ Benefits Sharing
  • Project Objective To provide REDD+ policymakers and practitioners with policy options and guidance to improve the design, development and implementation of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms. Target groups: • Policy makers in developing and developed countries • Governments of the six case study countries • REDD+ project developers and investors
  • Project Structure Structured as seven interlinked work packages that together will generate evidence-based policy options which are framed by experience and best practices in six focal countries. Builds on, and links with work ongoing in GCS. Establishes partnerships with academia, non-governmental organizations, research institutions. Timeframe: 2012-2015
  • Project Structure WP2: Outreach and dissemination WP5: Review of existing performance-based mechanisms WP3: WP6: WP7: WP1: National Costs- Multi- Rights Options benefits level to assess- of natl gover- REDD+ ments of policies nance benefits mecha-Local/ Sub- WP4: nisms national Costs- benefits of sub- Project/ natlHousehold REDD+
  • WP5: Review of existing performance-based mechanisms, lead: M. Brockhaus Objective: • To understand the experiences and lessons from existing distribution and benefit sharing mechanisms for design of more equitable mechanism. Research questions: • To what extent can past experiences be harnessed in the design and development of a REDD+ benefit distribution mechanism? • What are criteria for selection of an adequate mechanism? • What are key elements of an efficient, effective and equitable mechanism? • What policy and governance mechanisms need to be in place?
  • WP3: Estimating the costs and benefits of national REDD+ Policies and Measures (PAMs), lead: S. Wunder WP3 seeks to develop PAM design principles that promote REDD+ cost effectiveness and equityMajor research questions:1. Which PAM design features determine REDD+ cost- effectiveness and welfare/equity impacts?2. How can PAM best be combined (`policy mix`) in different national contexts of major REDD+ candidate countries?⇒ National-level policies (incl. federal states/ provinces)
  • WP 4: Estimating the costs and benefitsof REDD+ projects, lead: W. Sunderlin Objectives: • To investigate how the costs of REDD+ projects affect opportunities and design of benefit sharing systems at project- and national-level • To assess efficiency and equity in benefit sharing as systems of REDD+ conditional incentives are implemented Activities: • Develop costing framework/model to assess costs of REDD+ at two project sites in three countries. • Apply knowledge on sub-national REDD+ costs to develop benefit sharing systems
  • WP 6: Understanding multi-level forest governance lead, lead: A. Larson Objectives: • To analyze multi-level forest governance mechanisms and related experiences for a just and transparent benefit sharing system • To improve understanding of (1) who decides how benefits are shared; 2) who manages benefit sharing systems; (3) who bears the costs; (4) who gets benefits and why; and (5) who monitors/controls the system Activities: • Assess the institutional context in forest and other related sectors at multiple scales, and lessons from initiatives such as FLEGT • Identify options for institutional design and organizational structures
  • WP7: Accessing rights to REDD+ benefits, lead: E. Mwangi Objective: • To generate policy guidance on land tenure arrangements and institutional frameworks for REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms to provide tangible benefits and enhance forest management. Activities: • Examine benefit sharing at household and community- levels, and the interaction with property rights regimes. • Analyze sub-national and local-level institutions, rules and norms. • Apply field experimental approach to identify causal factors and determinants of benefit sharing preferences.
  • WP1: Options assessments to guidedevelopment of REDD+ benefit-sharing and distribution mechanisms, lead: G. Wong Objective: • To synthesize results from the other research components and identify what works in terms of developing efficient, effective and equitable benefit sharing and distribution mechanisms Activities: • Develop a common analytical framework, in discussion with different groups of stakeholders in the focal countries • Conduct a comparative assessment of the policy, institutional and legal arrangements shaping REDD+ benefit sharing in the focal countries • Build a coalition of research and implementing partners in each of the focal countries
  • Geographic coverage Brazil Peru Tanzania Cameroon Indonesia VietnamWP1 • X X X X X XWP 3 X X XWP 4 X X XWP 5 X X X X X XWP 6 X X XWP 7 X X X