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Sessions 3 & 5:
Extending the benefits of hydropower:
Clever suggestion or realistic goal?

CPWF Forum, 19 November 2013
H...
"Extending benefits of hydropower:
clever suggestion or realistic goal?"
Session 3
13:30-15:00
Chair: John Ward (CSIRO)
Fa...
Presentations (10 + 5 minutes)
1. Payments for Ecosystem Services in Vietnam: Market-based
Incentives or State Control of ...
Presentations (10 + 5 minutes)
4. Transaction Cost of Smallholder Farmers’ Participation in
Forest Management: Policy Impl...
"Extending benefits of hydropower:
clever suggestion or realistic goal?"
Session 5
15:30-17:00
Chair: Andrew Noble (WLE)
F...
Short notes (5 + 3 minutes)
1. Direct or Indirect PES: Could Microcredit be an
Option?
Le Ngoc Lan, University of Rome “To...
Session 5 (15:30-17:00)
3 group discussions (45 minutes)
1. PES-FPES/benefit sharing
2. Economic/social/environmental chal...
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Day 1 session 3 overview & agenda

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3rd Mekong Forum on Water, Food & Energy 2013. Overview and Agenda for Sessions 3 &5: Extending the benefits of hydropower: Clever suggestion or realistic goal?

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Day 1 session 3 overview & agenda

  1. 1. Sessions 3 & 5: Extending the benefits of hydropower: Clever suggestion or realistic goal? CPWF Forum, 19 November 2013 Ha Noi, Vietnam
  2. 2. "Extending benefits of hydropower: clever suggestion or realistic goal?" Session 3 13:30-15:00 Chair: John Ward (CSIRO) Facilitator: Chu Thai Hoanh (IWMI) 2
  3. 3. Presentations (10 + 5 minutes) 1. Payments for Ecosystem Services in Vietnam: Market-based Incentives or State Control of Resources? Diana Suhardiman, IWMI 2. Evaluation of the Pilot Payments for Forest Environmental Services: Case study in Lam Dong Province, Viet Nam Tran Van Giai Phong, Hue University 3. Is Fair Benefit-Sharing in PES Realistic? --- A Case Study in Bac Kan Province, Vietnam Dam Viet Bac, ICRAF 3
  4. 4. Presentations (10 + 5 minutes) 4. Transaction Cost of Smallholder Farmers’ Participation in Forest Management: Policy Implications on PES Schemes in Vietnam Florence Milan, IWMI 5. Local Participation on Benefit Sharing in Nam Lik 1-2 Hydropower Dam in Lao PDR Phoukeo Saokhamkeo, National University of Laos 6. The Five Million Hectare Reforestation Program in Vietnam: An Analysis of its Implementation and its Transaction Costs Tran Thi Thu Huong, University of Hohenheim 4
  5. 5. "Extending benefits of hydropower: clever suggestion or realistic goal?" Session 5 15:30-17:00 Chair: Andrew Noble (WLE) Facilitator: Diana Suhardiman (IWMI) 5
  6. 6. Short notes (5 + 3 minutes) 1. Direct or Indirect PES: Could Microcredit be an Option? Le Ngoc Lan, University of Rome “Tor Vergata” 2. Sharing Experiences on Dam Project for Tourism Outhoumphone Sanesathid, National University of Laos 3. Challenges in managing PFES Fund – Lam Dong case Vo Dinh Tho, Lam Dong PFES Fund 6
  7. 7. Session 5 (15:30-17:00) 3 group discussions (45 minutes) 1. PES-FPES/benefit sharing 2. Economic/social/environmental challenges in PES & solutions 3. Institutional/policy settings for PES Plenary group reports and discussions (25 minutes)

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