Fire emissions from LUC:
Promoting credibility and incentives
Daniel Murdiyarso
Multi-scale drivers and responses

Murdiyarso and Lebel 2007
Promoting credibility through MRV
M

IPCC – Good Practice Guidance for LULUCF activities
• Publish data (area, biomass dat...
Developing higher Tier EFs is possible
2006 IPCC Guidelines:
2013 Wetlands supplement
Concluding remarks
 Indonesia has good practice MRV for emission
hotspots in place
 Linking GHG emissions and removals w...
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Fire emissions from LUC:
 Promoting credibility and incentives

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In this presentation Daniel Murdiyarso explains what the drivers of fire emissions from LUC are, how credibility can be promoted through MRV and what conclusions can be drawn.

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Fire emissions from LUC:
 Promoting credibility and incentives

  1. 1. Fire emissions from LUC: Promoting credibility and incentives Daniel Murdiyarso
  2. 2. Multi-scale drivers and responses Murdiyarso and Lebel 2007
  3. 3. Promoting credibility through MRV M IPCC – Good Practice Guidance for LULUCF activities • Publish data (area, biomass data, carbon density) • Describe methodologies (measurements in 5 pools, use model • Include all greenhouse gases (CO2, N2O, CH4) • Document QA/QC procedures R IPCC Reporting Principle – managed uncertainties • Consistency • Transparency • Comparability • Completeness • Accuracy V Validation Project development phase • Estimation of future GHG emissions reductions to be achieved • Use models (historical trend, numeric, economic) Verification Project monitoring phase • Confirmation of actual GHG emission reductions achieved during crediting period • Compare between estimations and observations
  4. 4. Developing higher Tier EFs is possible
  5. 5. 2006 IPCC Guidelines: 2013 Wetlands supplement
  6. 6. Concluding remarks  Indonesia has good practice MRV for emission hotspots in place  Linking GHG emissions and removals with IPCC Guidelines will ensure credibility  Fire emissions may be included

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