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Joëlle Chassard, Manager of the Carbon Finance Unit, World Bank

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    Forest Carbon Partnership Facility and Climate Investment Fund Forest Carbon Partnership Facility and Climate Investment Fund Presentation Transcript

      • Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
      • Joëlle Chassard, World Bank
      • Rights, Forests and Climate Change
      • Oslo, October 16, 2008
    • … Make REDD Happen A Partnership to …
    • Guiding Principles
      • Partnership
        • Developing (“REDD”) countries have equal voting rights with donors and CF participants on Participants Committee (10 + 10)
      • Voluntary & country-driven
      • Neutral to climate change negotiations
        • Capacity building
        • Various kinds of performance-based financial approaches will be tested
      • Catalyst
        • $300 million will not save the world’s forests
        • Private sector is needed for scaling up
      • National
        • National strategies for REDD
        • National reference scenarios
        • Projects within national accounting approach
        • “ National” does not mean “governmental” only
      • Test, learn and disseminate
    • Readiness Fund (Bank as Trustee) Carbon Fund (Bank as Trustee) FCPF Governance Participants Committee (PC) Facility Management Team (Bank) Ad Hoc Technical Advisory Panels Buyer Participants Committee Participants Assembly All Eligible REDD Countries, Donors and Buyers
      • - Forum for exchange of information
      • Meets at least annually
      • Opportunity for ‘subgroups’ to meet and
      • discuss experiences, elect their representatives
      Primary decision making body, including all policy issues Decision making on specific carbon transactions Observers IPs, NGOs, Int’l Org., Priv sector (+ UNFCCC Sec., UN REDD ?)
    • Two Mechanisms
      • Readiness Mechanism
      • READINESS FUND
      • Capacity
      • Building
      • (2008-2012)
      Carbon Finance Mechanism CARBON FUND Payments for Emission Reductions (2009-?) ~$100 million ~$200 million
    • Incentive Payments for REDD Reforms & Investments for REDD REDD Readiness FLEG, alternative livelihoods, alternative agribusiness investments, intensification of agriculture and cattle ranching, improved infrastructure planning, reforestation,etc. Reference scenario, REDD strategy, Monitoring system Value ≥ Cost FCFP Readiness Fund Inter alia Forest Investment Fund Inter alia, once operational FCPF Carbon Fund Inter alia Readiness + Investments + Payments
    • 43 Requests for Participation; 28 R-PINs; 14 selected
      • South America (8):
      • Argentina
      • Bolivia
      • Chile
      • Colombia
      • Ecuador
      • Guyana
      • Paraguay
      • Peru
      • Suriname
      • Meso America (7):
      • Costa Rica
      • El Salvador
      • Guatemala
      • Honduras
      • Mexico
      • Nicaragua
      • Panama
      • SE Asia & Pacific (8):
      • Indonesia
      • Lao PDR
      • Malaysia
      • Papua New Guinea
      • Philippines
      • Thailand
      • Vanuatu
      • Vietnam
      • Africa (17):
      • Cameroon
      • Central African Republic
      • Dem. Republic of Congo
      • Equatorial Guinea
      • Ethiopia
      • Gabon
      • Ghana
      • Kenya
      • Liberia
      • Madagascar
      • Republic of Congo
      • Senegal
      • Sierra Leone
      • Sudan
      • Tanzania
      • Uganda
      • Zambia
      • South Asia (2):
      • Nepal
      • Pakistan
      + 3 Brazilian states (Acre, Amazonas, Mato Grosso)
    • 14 REDD Countries Selected in July 2008
      • Africa
      • Dem. Rep. of Congo
      • Gabon
      • Ghana
      • Kenya
      • Liberia
      • Madagascar
      • Asia
      • Lao PDR
      • Nepal
      • Vietnam
      • Americas
      • Bolivia
      • Costa Rica
      • Guyana
      • Mexico
      • Panama
    • R-PIN Review in Oct 2008
      • Africa
      • Cameroon
      • CAR
      • Equatorial Guinea
      • Ethiopia
      • Republic of Congo
      • Tanzania
      • Uganda
      • Asia-Pacific
      • PNG
      • Vanuatu
      • Americas
      • Argentina
      • Colombia
      • Nicaragua
      • Paraguay
      • Peru
      • FCPF Consultations/Information sharing with Indigenous Peoples and Forest Dwellers: Main Messages and Follow up
      Strengthening Local Participation
    • Strengthening Local Participation
      • FCPF Consultations/Information sharing with Indigenous Peoples and Forest Dwellers
      • 3 workshops organized and chaired by regional IP organizations. Design followed instructions from the UN Permanent Forum on IIs. Participants selected by regional organizations.
        • Asia: Katmandu – February 28 – 29: 25 IPs
        • Africa: Bujumbura – March 13 – 14, 18 IPs + 9 Forest Dwellers
        • LAC: La Paz – March, 17-19: 33 IPs and 2 Forest Dwellers
      • Overall, the three regional workshops have been a very fruitful and a positive experience for the FCPF and our engagement and consultation will continue
      • Workshops unveiled criticism of the climate change agenda; suspicions of the World Bank and international cooperation on the part of IPs, especially in Latin America;
      • … but also interest to stay engaged and benefit from this unique opportunity.
    • Key issues
      • Historically IPs have tense relationships with their Governments – This affects perceptions of the REDD national approach and WB FCPF
      • How to participate in the very complex REDD debate without receiving training and direct assistance?
      • How to benefit from future REDD revenues, especially when the Government is in charge?
      • Concern that Governments might promote conservation of forests without respecting traditional land rights and access to natural resources
      • Will safeguards apply, and if so will they go far enough?
      • Summary of comments sent to workshop participants and posted on the web
      • Three reports submitted by indigenous organizations posted on the web
      • Most of the comments are integrated in the FCPF procedures and the charter/info memo
      • Changes to the FCPF Charter, highlighting:
        • traditional knowledge, early involvement and need for information, stewardship of forests provided by IP
      • FCPF provides access to all documents and seeks guidance at early stage from IPs
        • Indigenous Peoples integrating the Technical Advisory Panel
        • Observer seat in Participants Committee
      • Safeguards will apply to the Readiness Mechanism of the FCPF
      • Each country needs to provide a Consultation and Outreach Plan BEFORE Readiness activities will be funded
      • How can the Bank/FCPF promote capacity development for REDD in IP communities?
        • Provide small grants to int’l IP organizations to build capacity on REDD, network and build their own strategy
        • Encourage other partners: NGOs, foundations and bilateral donors
      Responses by the FCPF
    • Beyond the FCPF
      • The World Bank in joint collaboration with partner organization is in the process of discussing a broader engagement with IPs & forest dependent people in the forest sector:
        • Frequent dialogue with representatives
        • capacity building
        • Information sharing, communication improvements
        • Etc .
      • THANK YOU!
      • More information at
      • www.forestcarbonpartnership.org