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REDD+ performance in the landscape
GLF Warsaw, November 2013
CIFOR’s Global Comparative Study
(GCS-REDD+)

•To support REDD+ policy arenas and
practitioner communities with
- informat...
THINKING beyond the canopy
Seeing
REDD+
through
4I’s:
Institutions,
Interests, I
deas, Infor
mation

THINKING beyond the canopy
Analysis of national REDD+ policies and processes in 13
countries since 2009 (& more coming: Ethiopia, …)
http://www.fores...
CIFOR’s three
edited volumes
on REDD+
2009

2008

2012
Thanks
We acknowledge the support from:
Norad and the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment of
Norway,
AusAID (Austra...
REDD+ performance in the landscape
• Measuring multiple dimensions of performance and attributing
impact: challenges and o...
Focus
(ac)counting for a purpose
(«measure not just for pleasure»
1. MRV-ing for a landscape approach
- Actor and sectoral...
Get involved
• Bring your experience into the discussion,
not (only) Q & A
• Cards
• Tweets?
– #GLFCOP19 & #DF3
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This presentation by CIFOR is a short introduction to the Comparative Study (GCS) on REDD+.

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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+.
  • How do we look at REDD+ - our theory of change to move from BAU to TC will require shifts in power relations, discursive practices and in incentives
  • Where we are working : 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the map
  • Some major outputs of CIFOR’s global comparative study.
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    1. 1. REDD+ performance in the landscape GLF Warsaw, November 2013
    2. 2. CIFOR’s Global Comparative Study (GCS-REDD+) •To support REDD+ policy arenas and practitioner communities with - information - analysis - tools • …. so as to ensure 3E+ outcomes: - effectiveness - efficiency - equity and co-benefits THINKING beyond the canopy
    3. 3. THINKING beyond the canopy
    4. 4. Seeing REDD+ through 4I’s: Institutions, Interests, I deas, Infor mation THINKING beyond the canopy
    5. 5. Analysis of national REDD+ policies and processes in 13 countries since 2009 (& more coming: Ethiopia, …) http://www.forestsclimatechange.org/global-comparative-studyon-redd.html
    6. 6. CIFOR’s three edited volumes on REDD+ 2009 2008 2012
    7. 7. Thanks We acknowledge the support from: Norad and the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment of Norway, AusAID (Australia), European Commission, Dept. of Energy and Climate Change & Dept. for Int. Dev. (UK) & all research partners and individuals that have contributed to the GCS research
    8. 8. REDD+ performance in the landscape • Measuring multiple dimensions of performance and attributing impact: challenges and opportunities for MRV Martin Herold, Wageningen University, the Netherlands • Brazil: Socio-political dimensions of REDD+ MRV and benefit distribution across levels Maria Fernanda Gebara, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro/Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil • Nepal: Putting MRV and community forestry into a landscape perspective Naya Paudel, Forest Action, Nepal • Indonesia: Credibility of MRV system data and performance based payments Daniel Murdiyarso, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Indonesia
    9. 9. Focus (ac)counting for a purpose («measure not just for pleasure» 1. MRV-ing for a landscape approach - Actor and sectoral interaction in analysis - Bringing stakeholders together 2. MRV as basis for a performance-based system
    10. 10. Get involved • Bring your experience into the discussion, not (only) Q & A • Cards • Tweets? – #GLFCOP19 & #DF3
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