CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results

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Christopher Martius also gave a presentation on GCS, see it here.

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  • In the face of numerous emerging first-generation REDD+ activities – both projects and national strategies – CIFOR has started in 2009, a global comparative study on REDD+.
  • Where we are working : National policy analysis in 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the mapREDD project analysis in 6 countries
  • Where we are working : National policy analysis in 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the mapREDD project analysis in 6 countries
  • Where we are working : National policy analysis in 13 countries including Laos , which is not yet on the mapREDD project analysis in 6 countries
  • Some major outputs of CIFOR’s global comparative study.
  • CIFOR's Global Comparative Study on REDD - Objects, Structure, Results

    1. 1. CIFOR’s Global Comparative Study on REDD+ Christopher Martius Norad meetings, 28 May, 2013
    2. 2. Global Comparative Study on REDD+ GCS-REDD+ Objectives • support REDD+ policy arenas and practitioner communities with sciencebased - information - analysis - tools • ensure 3E+ outcomes - effectiveness efficiency equity co-benefits
    3. 3. Thanks to
    4. 4. GCS-REDD Structure
    5. 5. Where GCS works
    6. 6. Where GCS works Policy analysis 12 countries since 2009 Laos added 2013 Ethiopia, Mexico 2014
    7. 7. Where GCS works Project analysis 6 countries 23 REDD project sites 190 villages 4524 households
    8. 8. Module 1 REDD+ strategies, policies and measures new research - - links of national & international political processes benefits-sharing
    9. 9. Module 2 REDD+ Project Sites “BACI” research design Comparison Control Project site Intervention Control before Control after Intervention before Intervention before Before After
    10. 10. Module 3 Monitoring and Reference Levels Improve procedures & practices for estimating & managing carbon stocks Hallmark: Stepwise approach to RELs & MRV (considers countries’ capacities)
    11. 11. Module 4 Carbon management at the landscape scale Improve the design of multilevel institutions and processes to overcome economic and policy barriers to REDD+ and other low carbon land use policies
    12. 12. GCS output & results 2009 2008 + country profiles + scientific publications 2012
    13. 13. From Research to Impact: Theory of Change Boundary partners Knowledge uptake CIFOR and research partners Knowledge generation Effective, efficient and equitable REDD+ new climate change regimes controllable indicators Internalization and uptake by boundary partners national / NGO MRV, develop ment strategies Partner-centered knowledge dissemination download rates trainings conferences stakeholder workshops Rigorous, salient, ethical science peer-reviewed publications Co-production of science non-controllable indicators
    14. 14. Non-controllable indicators  national partners (Module 1) providing high quality information for national REDD+ policy processes  research used by  Indonesia: development of national strategy (scientist seconded to work on national REL), negotiations over the NOR-IND LoI  Ethiopian REDD+ taskforce: developing national MRV roadmap  Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)  integration of “stepwise” idea into UNFCCC decisions  our expertise called upon by national and sub-national governments and roundtables (e.g. Mesa REDD Peru)  solicitation to contribute to REDD+ efforts by other international organizations (e.g. RECOFTC, JRC)
    15. 15. GCS Phase I results  Results bar Information across levels: comprehensive and fact-based Carbon: stepwise approach to RELs and MRV Scale matters Tenure security: needed locally, enforce nationally

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