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  • 1. International Perspectives on NAMA Peter A Minang Global CoordinatorASB Partnership audience toTropical Forest Margins at the Moving the for the act World Agroforestry Centre
  • 2. • Indonesia is world leader in NAMA approach / REDD+ (Commitment and now moving towards concrete)• World is looking and hopes to learn from Indonesia
  • 3. Cancun / C C Copenhagen h• Should be seen and interpreted as a whole• 1b(ii) NAMA• 1b (iii) Drivers of REDD+ / LULUCF• 1b (iv) Sectoral approaches (Agriculture etc)
  • 4. Several countries following S l t i f ll i• Several countries have made NAMA submissions based on COP 15- SEVERAL COMESA countries• Brazil has done a Low C emission study• Tanzania s moving towards a more district level planning f CC l l l i for
  • 5. Reduced Emissions from All Land Use - REALU• Current forest definition within UNFCCC is problematic• Drivers of deforestation not adequately addressed q y within REDD+ this far• Current REDD+ construction ignores high potential emissions reduction and sequestration in landscapes p• Cancun agreement on REDD indicates total accounting within IPCC guidelines g g
  • 6. • A third of Indonesia s forest Indonesia’s emissions (total of 0.6 Gt C/yr) occur outside institutionally defined forest and is not accounted for under the current REDD+ policy p y• The famous E. Usambaras forest in Tanzania 8.8 Mt C emitted b t itt d between 1992 and d 2006 but no deforestation occurred according to definition
  • 7. Complex and variable landscapes the reality landscapes-
  • 8. Terimakasi / THANK YOU www.asb.cgiar.org b i