CIFOR at the UNFCCC COP20

1 - 12 December 2014, Lima, Peru

Presentations



Design of 3E REDD+ Benefit Sharing Mechanisms: Learning from Other Experiences

Design of 3E REDD+ Benefit Sharing Mechanisms: Learning from Other Experiences

This presentation was given by CIFOR scientist Maria Brockhaus at a COP20 side-event titled "Benefit and Burden Sharing in Forest Policies and REDD+" in Lima, Peru. The event addressed the benefits and costs associated with forest conservation initiatives across multiple countries, and their equity implications. It builds on results gathered from an ongoing multi-year European Commission-funded project aimed to provide policy options and guidance to improve the design, development, and implementation of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms.
Challenges and lessons learnt in framing REDD+ benefit-sharing in the Congo Basin

Challenges and lessons learnt in framing REDD+ benefit-sharing in the Congo Basin

This presentation was given by Adeline Dontenville of the EU REDD Facility at a COP20 side-event titled "Benefit and Burden Sharing in Forest Policies and REDD+" in Lima, Peru. The event addressed the benefits and costs associated with forest conservation initiatives across multiple countries, and their equity implications. It builds on results gathered from an ongoing multi-year European Commission-funded project aimed to provide policy options and guidance to improve the design, development, and implementation of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms.
Guiding Principles for Delivering Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects

Guiding Principles for Delivering Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects

This presentation was given at a COP20 side-event titled "Guiding Principles for Delivering Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects” in Lima, Peru. It was presented by moderator Daniel Murdiyarso and rapporteur Kristell Hergoualc’h. Coastal wetland ecosystems play a significant role in sequestering and storing carbon in biomass and soils. These ecosystems, however, are facing tremendous pressure and large portion of them are already degraded due to unsustainable cuttings and aquaculture development. This panel discussed options for policy and practice for improving sustainability and realizing the full mitigation and adaptation potential of coastal wetland ecosystems.
REDD+ sticks and carrots combined: simulating costs and equity effects in Brazil and Peru

REDD+ sticks and carrots combined: simulating costs and equity effects in Brazil and Peru

This presentation was given by CIFOR scientist Sven Wunder at a COP20 side-event titled "Benefit and Burden Sharing in Forest Policies and REDD+" in Lima, Peru. The event addressed the benefits and costs associated with forest conservation initiatives across multiple countries, and their equity implications. It builds on results gathered from an ongoing multi-year European Commission-funded project aimed to provide policy options and guidance to improve the design, development, and implementation of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms.
Multilevel Governance and Benefit Sharing

Multilevel Governance and Benefit Sharing

This presentation was given by CIFOR scientist by Anne Larson and Ashwin Ravikumar at a COP20 side-event titled "Benefit and Burden Sharing in Forest Policies and REDD+" in Lima, Peru. The event addressed the benefits and costs associated with forest conservation initiatives across multiple countries, and their equity implications. It builds on results gathered from an ongoing multi-year European Commission-funded project aimed to provide policy options and guidance to improve the design, development, and implementation of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms.
Making REDD+ benefits relevant for local people

Making REDD+ benefits relevant for local people

This presentation was given by CIFOR scientist Amy Duchelle at a COP20 side-event titled "Benefit and Burden Sharing in Forest Policies and REDD+" in Lima, Peru. The event addressed the benefits and costs associated with forest conservation initiatives across multiple countries, and their equity implications. It builds on results gathered from an ongoing multi-year European Commission-funded project aimed to provide policy options and guidance to improve the design, development, and implementation of REDD+ benefit sharing mechanisms.
From Principle to Practice: Achieving Coastal Mitigation and Adaptation Outcomes through Demonstration Projects and Upscaling

From Principle to Practice: Achieving Coastal Mitigation and Adaptation Outcomes through Demonstration Projects and Upscaling

This presentation was given by Tim Christophersen at a UNFCCC COP20 side-event titled "Guiding Principles for Delivering Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects” in Lima, Peru. Coastal wetland ecosystems play a significant role in sequestering and storing carbon in biomass and soils. These ecosystems, however, are facing tremendous pressure and large portion of them are already degraded due to unsustainable cuttings and aquaculture development. This panel discussed options for policy and practice for improving sustainability and realizing the full mitigation and adaptation potential of coastal wetland ecosystems.
Principles and Lessons Learned from Wetlands and Carbon Projects

Principles and Lessons Learned from Wetlands and Carbon Projects

This presentation was given by Steve Crooks at a COP20 side-event titled "Guiding Principles for Delivering Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects” in Lima, Peru. Coastal wetland ecosystems play a significant role in sequestering and storing carbon in biomass and soils. These ecosystems, however, are facing tremendous pressure and large portion of them are already degraded due to unsustainable cuttings and aquaculture development. This panel discussed options for policy and practice for improving sustainability and realizing the full mitigation and adaptation potential of coastal wetland ecosystems.
Emerging Opportunities for Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects

Emerging Opportunities for Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects

This presentation was given by Dr. Mortiz von Unger at a COP20 side-event titled "Guiding Principles for Delivering Coastal Wetland Carbon Projects” in Lima, Peru. Coastal wetland ecosystems play a significant role in sequestering and storing carbon in biomass and soils. These ecosystems, however, are facing tremendous pressure and large portion of them are already degraded due to unsustainable cuttings and aquaculture development. This panel discussed options for policy and practice for improving sustainability and realizing the full mitigation and adaptation potential of coastal wetland ecosystems.
Where is REDD+ going in Indonesia?

Where is REDD+ going in Indonesia?

This presentation was given by Heru Prasetyo, Head of Indonesia’s National REDD+ Agency, at "REDD+ Emerging? What we can learn from subnational initiatives," CIFOR’s Official Side Event at COP 20 in Lima, Peru on Friday, 5 December.
Surveying opinions on REDD+ and community monitoring

Surveying opinions on REDD+ and community monitoring

This presentation, by Veronique De Sy, was given at a side event of COP20 on 1 December, 2014. The event, titled, "REDD+ Monitoring Needs to Support the Distribution of Benefits," discussed the evolving needs for monitoring to address national needs related to REDD+ implementation and benefit sharing.
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