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A PROJECT BY KAMLESH SHAH TO PLANTATION OF 200000 TREES TO PROTECT EFFECT OF GLOBLE WARMING

A PROJECT BY KAMLESH SHAH TO PLANTATION OF 200000 TREES TO PROTECT EFFECT OF GLOBLE WARMING

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    • Rasna Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd. Welcomes Honourable Collector, Banaskantha & Committee Members
    • Development of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in Afforestation and Reforestation Project Village: Kherola, Ta: Deesa, Dist: Banaskantha
    • Objectives of the Presentation  To Introduce Rasna Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd. as agency willing to undertake Plantation Activity on Government Wasteland  To brief the Opportunity of CDM to enhance Plant Cover and generate Social Development  To provide Project details  To appraise about Progress till date  Agendas on Hand
    • The Company Rasna Group of Companies is a rapidly growing conglomerate having its presence in several business sectors like Chemicals, Textiles, Finance, Minerals, Construction etc., having net worth of about Rs. 15 Crore. The Group have the following subsidiary/associated company. # COMPANY SECTOR RASNA MARKETING SERVICES 1 PVT.LTD. TEXTILE TRADING AND FINANCE 2 ZIRCON MARKETIERS PVT.LTD. TEXTILE TRADING AND FINANCE 3 RASNA HEALTH CARE MFG. OF MINERAL WATER 4 UTPAN IMPEX MFG. & TRADING- CHEMICALS 5 BANAS GRAM VIKAS MANCH NGO 6 SHETH CORPORATION CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS
    • The Promoters Name KAMLESH SHAH Age 52 Qualification B.COM,LL. B •30 YEARS EXPERIENCE OF Experience MFG.ACTIVITIES. •WORKED AS A WHOLE TIME DIRECTOR IN BIG TEXTILE COMPANIES LOOKING AFTER PRODUCTION,SALES AND FINANCE
    • The Promoters Name MUKESH SHETH Age 50 Qualification B.COM •13 YEARS EXP. OF MFG.ACTIVITY •EXP.OF FARMING AS A Experience CAPABLE FARMER HAVING 100 VIGHAS LAND IN FAMILY.
    • The Project Co ordinator Name KAYANBHAI DESAI Age 52 Experience 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE OF FARMING.
    • Project Design Developer (PDD)  Centre for Environment Education, CEE was created in recognition of the importance of environmental education in India’s overall environment and development strategy. The result of a unique partnership between government and a NGO, CEE was established as a centre of excellence in 1984 supported by the ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India.  Scope of Work  Development of Project concept note and project design document  Submission for host country approval  Conduct validation  Submit to executive board for approval
    • Components for the proposed PDD Draft CDM-PDD Determine the scale of activity Small Scale or Large i.e. Normal Confirm sector Select methodology Collect and compile info. as required in baseline methodology Address key issues like non-permanence, leakage etc. as given in the PDD format Interpret and put accordingly in the PDD format of UNFCCC
    • Global Warming or Climate Change?  Global Warming Overall warming of the planet, based on the average temperature over the entire surface  Climate Change Changes in regional climate characteristics including temperature, humidity, rainfall, wind and severe weather events Global warming causes changes in climate
    • Causes  Increase in atmospheric CO2 and other greenhouse gases during the industrial era, caused by human activities.
    • Greenhouse Gases Green  GWP2 (100  Chemical  Anthropogenic Atmospheric house Year Time  Formula Sources Lifetime1(years) Gas Horizon) Fossil-fuel combustion,  Carbon CO2  Land-use conversion,  variable1  1 Dioxide Cement Production Fossil fuels,  Methane  CH4 Rice paddies, 121 23 Waste dumps Fertilizer, Nitrous N 2O Industrial processes,  1141 296 Oxide Combustion CCL2F2 Liquid coolants, CFC-12 100 10600 Foams  HCFC-22 CCl2F2 Refrigerants 11.9 1700 Aluminum smelting, Perfluor C2F6 Semiconductor  10000 11900 oethane manufacturing Sulfur Hexaflou SF6 Dielectric fluid 3200 22200 ride
    • Human Activities Responsible for Warming  Burning of fossil fuels  Mining of coal and oil  Deforestation  Carbon dioxide (CO2) from power plants  CO2 emitted from cars, aero planes  CO2 from buildings  Methane  Increased Water vapor  Nitrous oxide
    • Effects of Global Warming  Rising Sea level  Increased temperature  Habitat damage and species affected  Changes in Water Supply
    • Climate Change: Mitigation & Adaptation  Mitigation Actions to reduce greenhouse gases  Adaptation Actions taken to minimize the adverse impacts of climate change
    • UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol  UNFCCC: the basis for concerted international action to mitigate climate change and adapt to its impacts With an objective to Stabilize GHG concentrations at levels that prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system Ensure that economic development proceeds in a sustainable manner and food production is not threatened
    • Kyoto Protocol Kyoto Protocol: an international and legally binding agreement to reduce greenhouse gases worldwide Adopted in Kyoto (Japan) in 1997, took effect with support of 141 nations Enforced on 16th February 2005 38 Annex I countries (mostly industrialized) have ratified the treaty and are legally bound to reduce their green house gas emission (GHG) by 5.2% before 2012 Targets set for each nations based on their 1990 level
    • Available Market Based Mechanisms (i) Emission Trading: Allow the developed countries to transfer emissions credits to each other (ii) Joint Implementation (JI): Implemented between two developed (Annex 1) countries. Credits obtained by investing countries are offset by debits to the country hosting the Project (iii) The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
    • Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)  Flexible mechanism allows emission reduction projects in developing countries to earn certified emission reduction (CER) credits, each equivalent to one tone of CO2
    • Forestry Sector  Forests can act as both a sink (absorbing emissions) and as a sources of emission when trees are felled.  20% of the global greenhouse gas emissions is caused by deforestation alone, forestry sector has the potential of offering 20% of the global climate change solution.
    • Scope: Afforestation & Reforestation  Afforestation is the direct human-induced conversion of land that has not been forested for a period of at least 50 years to forested land through planting, seeding and/ or the human- induced promotion of natural seed sources ・  Reforestation is the direct human-induced conversion of non- forested land to forested land through planting, seeding and/or the human-induced promotion of natural seed sources, on land that was forested but that has been converted to non-forested land. For the first commitment period, reforestation activities will be limited to reforestation occurring on those lands that did not contain forest on 31 December 1989
    • Types of Afforestation & Reforestation Project Activities  Small Scale A & R project activities: Threshold limit of net anthropogenic GHG removals by sinks of 8ktCO2per year Implemented by low income communities.  Large Scale A & R project activities: No threshold limit of net anthropogenic GHG removals by sinks.
    • Opportunities  CDM help generate funds Afforestation / reforestation activity  The funds can be used for raising and maintaining plantations  Gujarat has large tracts of waste land which can be undertaken under plantation activity  CDM funds help reduce project cost through possible CERs sale and add to income generation of parties involved
    • Initiatives of Rasna Group in this Sector  CDM Discussion with the Government of Gujarat development of plantation based project  MoU signed during Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2009 Snap at the time of inking MoU with Mr J K Vyas, Director (Environment) in presence of Shri Mangubhai Patel, Hon. Minister- Forest & Environment
    • Initiatives of Rasna Group in this Sector Snap at the time of Greeting Shri Narendrabhai Modi, Hon. Chief Minister- Gujarat State at Vibrant Gujarat Global Investor Summit 2009
    • Project Details  Land areas identified  Total land – 468 acres  District: Banaskantha  Taluka: Deesa  Village: Kherola  Possibility of adding more land areas through farmer participation  Land category : Government Wasteland  Land use change: Wasteland to Forests  Ownership: Lease Hold  Lease Period: 20 Years
    • Project Details  Scale of Project: Small Scale  CERs – expected approx. 4000- 5000 CERs avg.  Methodology – Approved small scale methodology of UNFCCC
    • Proposed Species Local name Botanical name Kikar  Acacia nilotica Musquete Prosopis juliflora Khejari Prosopis cineraria Neem Azadirachta indica Iserial Babool Acacia tortilis Ber Ziziphus mauritiana Imli Tamarindus indica Jamun Syzygium cumini Shisham Dalbergia sissoo Peepal Ficus religiosa Bargad Ficus bengalensis
    • Conceptual Outcome of the Proposed Project Forest View of 1.90 Lakh Trees
    • Salient Features of the Project Methodology- Drip Irrigation Drip Irrigation Package for Growing Trees. A typical drip irrigation system for trees and shrubs has a ½” Polyethylene Tube laid on the ground from tree to tree. An emitters is installed at each tree to drip water. If large trees are to be watered a loop may be made around the tree and several emitters used to water the large tree.The tubing may be on top of the ground.
    • Salient Features of the Project  Plantation of high biomass potential plants  Nursery technology from local forest department  Local species with 40 : 60 crop rotation ratio  Inter – cropping of possible farm land  20 years duration plantation
    • Expected Outcomes  Improved local environmental condition of soil through increasing the water holding capacity of the lands  Converting the marginal and degraded croplands into forested lands  New economic opportunities and enhance the income of farmers through timber and fruit production as well as revenues from the sale of carbon credits  Enhance community bondage and elevate the status of women by ensuring their participation in the proposed A/R CDM project activity
    • Contd……  Upgrade local Ecosystem quality  Land and Water Quality  Increase in Green Cover  Community benefits  Employment benefits – for plantation and maintenance  Fodder for animals
    • Agendas on Hand  Formal Allotment of Land for the Project  Formation of Local Association and Agreement  Appoint Project Consultant for plantation, CDM Project Development
    • Your Opinions are Welcome.!!!