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Experiences from the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project

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This presentation by Rob Dodson from Wildlife Works given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Climate change: Seeing Green in REDD – Sharing experiences on the equity and …

This presentation by Rob Dodson from Wildlife Works given during the Forests Asia Summit in the discussion forum "Climate change: Seeing Green in REDD – Sharing experiences on the equity and economics of REDD+ pilot projects" introduces the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project and what experiences can be drawn from it that are relevant for the international REDD+ processes.

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  • 1. Experiences from the Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project Rob Dodson VP African Operations Wildlife Works rob@wildlifeworks.com
  • 2. Overview  Project background  Income distribution  Community projects and forest protection  Challenges
  • 3. Kasigau Corridor REDD+ Project
  • 4. - Set up over 15 years ago - 200 000 ha - Wildlife Corridor - 14 Group Ranches - 100 000 community members
  • 5. The threat
  • 6. Income distribution Landowners Community Project Operations $
  • 7. Distribution mechanism for communities disbursement! 6.! After!the!Disbursement!Committee!has!approved!the!project,!a!call!for!tenders!may(be!made!if! deemed!necessary,!and!dependent!on!the!availability!and!implementing!timeline! 7.! A!contract!for!implementation!between!WWCT,!the!CBO!and!any!outside!contractor!will!be!signed and!made!public,!with!copies!going!to!the!CBO!and!to!the!LCC! 8.!The!process!is!outlined!below!as!Figure!1:! Figure!1:! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Trust LCC CBOs Community development projects Carbon Revenue Proposals Approved Proposals Report to Communities, Verifiers, Investors and Government Institutions Disbursement Committee Wildlife Works Carbon Trust
  • 8. Community Projects
  • 9. Forest protection
  • 10. The challenges  Unpredictability of sales  How much is enough?  Measuring additional benefits
  • 11. Focus on additional benefits  Social cohesion  Security  Land tenure and land security  Land use alternatives, e.g. eco-tourism  Diversification of income streams  Carbon sales  Tourism  Employment and Industrialization
  • 12. Thank you Rob Dodson VP African Operations Wildlife Works rob@wildlifeworks.com