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Peruvian Forest and climate change policy approach Progress in REDD+


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Presented by Berioska Quispe Estrada (Specialist for RED+ Institutional Strengthening Direction of Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases, Ministry of Environment, Peru) at SBSTA 50, 25 Jun 2019, World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany.

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Peruvian Forest and climate change policy approach Progress in REDD+

  1. 1. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL Peruvian Forest and climate change policy approach Progress in REDD+ Ministry of Environment Peru June, 2019
  2. 2. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL Core Strategies to fight deforestation Nationally Determined Contributions Biodiversity National Strategy Multisectoral (Ministries and other bodies) Multilevel (National, regional, local) (Fight against deforestation and environmental degradation, provision of ecosystem services). Multi stakeholder (PPII, Civil Society, Private Sector) Joint Declaration of Intend (JDI) about REDD+ Forest and Climate Change National Strategy Environmental Policies
  3. 3. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL • Institutionality: Climate Change Framework Law and regulation. Previous Consultation (1st semester 2019) • Implementation: Nationally Determined Contributions National Forest and Climate Change Strategy (ENBCC) 3 challenges: • Multisectoral work: GTM • Multilevel work: Subnational and local governments • Multistakeholder work: Government, IP, CSO, Private sector. Climate Change Integrated Management Climate Change Public Policy in Peru
  4. 4. PERÚ LIMPIO Forest and Climate Change Reduce deforestation and forest degradation GHG reductionLULUCF NDC/ Agriculture Access to Results Based Payments ENBCC AE1 AE2 AE3 AE4 AE5 AE6 AE7 AE8 MULTILEVELMULTISTAKEHOLDER REDD+ Transversal actions
  5. 5. PERÚ LIMPIO Annual deforestation of Amazon rainforest in Peru 2001-2017 Why REDD+ RBP are key for Peru efforts Peru Forest Reference Emission Level was submitted at 2015 and approved Dec 2016
  6. 6. PERÚ LIMPIO What we are doing? or What we plan to do?
  7. 7. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL 1. Titling, expansion and registration of indigenous communities • During 2014-2017: 132 indigenous communities has been entitled ( about 1,035,915 ha. ) • For 2018-2020, there are provision and financial resources from the following initiatives Project Status Number of Communities PTRT3 Implementing 403 MDE – SAWETO Implementing 130 DCI (Proyecto PNUD-DCI) Implementing 103 ONG CEDIA Implementing 25 Proyectos FIP Awainting 17 Total 676 2. Strengthening Monitoring Capacities to Indigenous Peoples • 13 Regional Indigenous Organizations from AIDESEP (9) and CONAP (4) are receiving technical assistance and equipment building up a MRV capacity and improving the indigenous approach to the National Monitoring System (MMCB) Cover the gap of Land Tenure
  8. 8. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL 3. Forest Conservation Mechanism in Indigenous Communities (TDC) • 2 million ha (2018) in native communities (conditioned direct transfer payments - TDCs) program in indigenous communities • 129 native communities with plan of life • Support of REDD+ with and indigenous approach (RIA) 4. Participative Proceses Prior Consultation for the Climate Change Framework Law (MINAM) • 7 IP national organizations are participating in the Prior Consultation process OOII • 16 meetings are planned for the information phase. New Instrument like benefit-sharing and safeguards monitoring are still pending at we are building participatory. Implementing other Mechanism
  9. 9. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL Meeting by topics
  10. 10. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL Differenciated by stakeholders
  11. 11. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL With Subnational stakeholders
  12. 12. PERÚ LIMPIO PERÚ NATURAL With Indigenous People
  13. 13. PERÚ LIMPIO Thank you Direction of Climate Change and Desertification Ministry of Environment June, 2019 SB 50