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The Little Redd+ Book (Short) Bangkok Meeting

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Introduction to REDD+ and the Little REDD+ Book, presented to journalists by Charlie Parker of the GCP at the UNFCCC meeting in Bangkok in October 2009.

Introduction to REDD+ and the Little REDD+ Book, presented to journalists by Charlie Parker of the GCP at the UNFCCC meeting in Bangkok in October 2009.

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  • Energy efficiency (opportunity of 14 GtCO2e per year in 2030). There are a large number of opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of vehicles, buildings, and industrial equipment, thereby reducing energy consumption. More fuel-efficient car engines, better insulation of buildings, and efficiency controls on manufacturing equipment are just a few of the possibilities. If all energy efficiency opportunities identified in our model were captured, annual growth in global electricity demand between 2005 and 2030 would be reduced from 2.7 percent per year in the case of BAU to about 1.5 percent.
  • There was Bonn 3. Parties resubmitted to the text which then became the output for Bonn 3
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    • 1. The Little REDD Book
      Charlie Parker October 2009
    • 2. Why is REDD important
      Deforestation accounts for 16% of global GHG emissions
      Combating Climate Change
      Total = 49 GtCO2e
      Source: The Terrestrial Carbon Group. GtCO2e per year, 2005
      Data taken from McKinsey (2009) Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy
    • 3. Why is REDD important
      Over a fifth of global mitigation potential is in REDD+
      Combating Climate Change
      Source: The Terrestrial Carbon Group. Abatement potentialGtCO2e per year, 2030.
      Data taken from McKinsey (2009) Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy
    • 4. Why is REDD important
      Half of mitigation potential in developing countries is in AFOLU.
      Combating Climate Change
      Source: The Terrestrial Carbon Group
    • 5. Why is REDD important
      1.2 billion of the world’s poorest depend on the forests for their survival
      Local communities depend on forests as a source of fuel, food, medicines and shelter
      Forests are home to 90% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity
      Indigenous and forest-dependent peoples are stewards of their forests.
      Forests provide ecosystem services on local to global scales
      More than just carbon
    • 6. Understanding REDD
      A framework for understanding
    • 7. Comparative Analysis
      Scope
    • 8. Comparative Analysis
      Reference Level: Evolution of thinking
    • 9. Current state of play
      December 2008, AWG-LCA 4, Poznan (11/121 pages)
      Revised note by the Chair, FCCC/AWGLCA/2008/16/Rev.1
      March 2009, AWG-LCA 5, Bonn (2-3/23 pages)
      Focus document, FCCC/AWGLCA/2009/4
      June, 2009 AWG-LCA 6, Bonn (20/199 pages)
      Revised negotiating text, FCCC/AWGLCA/2009/INF.1
      October 2009, AWG-LCA 7.1, Bangkok (?)
      Reordering and consolidation, FCCC/AWGLCA/2009/INF.2
      Revised annex III C to document, Non-paper No. 11 (9 pages)
      REDD negotiations in AWG-LCA
    • 10. Current state of play
      2. Means of implementation
      9. Option 1 a) (ii)Forest reserve fund for conservation
      9. Option 2 a) access to and use of markets … through issuance of carbon credits .. for emission reductions resulting from reduced deforestation and forest degradation, [and for conservation]
      9. Option 3 a) A fund [additional to ODA] for [conservation, enhancement of carbon stocks …
      3. [Measurement, reporting and verification of actions] [Measurement and monitoring system]
      10.[When establishing national reference emission levels [and][or] or national reference levels, taking into account [the application of a correction factor to reflect] national circumstances [,historically low deforestation and forest degradation…]
      Revised negotiation text: Distribution
    • 11. Road to Copenhagen
      UNFCCC Calendar
      November 2nd-6th 2009, AWG-LCA 7.2, Barcelona
      Further condensing of text.
      What is required from Copenhagen?
      December 7th-18th 2009, COP 15, CMP 5, Copenhagen
      Agreement on REDD may be just ½ a page of text.
      Life beyond Copenhagen
      “Marrakech phase” from 2010 – 2012. What are the details?
      Capacity building
      Early action.
      What is happening?
    • 12. Charlie Parker
      Global Canopy Programme
      www.litteREDDbook.org