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Vrd presentation redd+_partnership_meeting_12-06-2011

  1. 1. Voluntary REDD+ DatabaseV l REDD D b Barney Dickson (UNEP‐WCMC) Peter Holmgren (FAO) Peter Holmgren (FAO) Bonn 12 June 2011 Bonn 12 June 2011
  2. 2. Outline1. Introduction  Introduction2. Revised questionnaire3.3 Summary of data  S fd t4. Database interface 5. Issues to address6. Next steps Next steps
  3. 3. Introduction• Guidance provided by REDD+ Partnership Guidance provided by REDD+ Partnership – 2010 work plan, budget• Database objectives – Improve transparency Improve transparency – Support analyses –H l h Help share experiences i
  4. 4. Introduction (cont.) Introduction (cont )• Concepts and principles Concepts and principles – “REDD+ Arrangements” is the basic concept of the database – Data ownership is with countries p – Phased approach – Open access to data• O Organization of work i ti f k – FAO and UNEP‐WCMC team – Development of concepts and database software e e op e t o co cepts a d database so t a e – Web‐based user interface – Focus on data collection process (resource demanding) – Ongoing submissions from countries and institutions O i b i i f ti d i tit ti
  5. 5. Introduction (cont.) Introduction (cont )• Milestones l – Initial survey (Australia, France, PNG), May 2010 y( ) y – Concept note, September 2010 – Launch in Nagoya November 2010 Launch in Nagoya, November 2010 – New Questionnaire, March 2011 – Progress report, Bangkok 10 April 2011 – Updated progress report Bonn 12 June 2011
  6. 6. 2. Revised questionnaire 2 Revised questionnaire• Revised questionnaire launched end March 2011 (English) q ( g ) – More detailed questions on REDD+ financing – Further guidance on completing report• French & Spanish versions circulated early May• 31 responses by 9 June – 17 REDD+ countries (11 reporting for first time)  – 8 donor countries – 6 institutions• VRD team worked with partners to clarify questionnaire  responses
  7. 7. 3. Overview of current data (9 June)3 Overview of current data (9 June) Total no. of arrangements in database: l f i d b 441 Information submitted to by: Donor countries Donor countries 15 REDD+ countries 28 Institutions I i i 13
  8. 8. 3. Overview of current data 3 Overview of current data Amounts (billion US$) as reported by:Arrangement type g yp Donor REDD+ Institutions countries countriesDonor country  REDD+ country 4.1 0.5 n.appl.Donor country  Institution 3.6 n.appl. 0.0Institution  REDD+ country n.appl. 0.2 1.1
  9. 9. 4. Database interface View of summary data (funding reported by recipients) on the new interface for the Voluntaryy REDD+ Database
  10. 10. 4. Database interface Entry point for institutions on the new interface for the i t f f th Voluntary REDD+ Database
  11. 11. 5. Issues to address 5 Issues to addressQuestionnaire content •Fast start pledges vs Arrangements •Definitions of REDD+ financing •Different views on the same arrangement •Annualisation •Tracking finance over time g •Beyond finance
  12. 12. 5. Issues to address (contd) 5 Issues to address (contd)Data aquisition •Dialogue with respondentsInterface •French and Spanish versions •Regional resultsCommunicating key statistics •Regional bias •Informing donor funding decisions f f •Collaboration with other databases
  13. 13. 6. Next steps 6 Next steps•Address issues Address•Data acquisition•Interface•Communicating key statistics•Budget for 2012
  14. 14. Thank you