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24 November 2015
English

REDD+ ACADEMY Edition Two (2017) LEARNING JOURNAL Module 7: Policies and Measures for REDD+ Implementation

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REDD+ ACADEMY LEARNING JOURNAL - MODULE 7: Policies and Measures (PAMs) for REDD+ Implementation

Study different Policies and Measures that can be taken or mandated by Governments to implement REDD+. This module supports the identification, prioritization and implementation of PAMs through consideration of analytic tools, economic drivers and approaches to monitoring.

24 November 2015
English

REDD+ ACADEMY Edition Two (2017) LEARNING JOURNAL Module 6: Forest Reference (Emission) Levels (FREL/FRLs)

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REDD+ ACADEMY LEARNING JOURNAL - MODULE 6: Forest Reference Emission Levels

Learn about Forest Reference Emission Levels and Forest Reference Levels (FREL/FRL), which set the benchmarks against which countries will eventually measure the climate change mitigation performance of REDD+ actions. This module presents the FREL/FRL guidance from the UNFCCC and unpacks FREL/FRL by activities and elements.

 

24 November 2015
English

REDD+ ACADEMY Edition Two (2017) LEARNING JOURNAL Module 4: National Strategies or Action Plans

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REDD+ ACADEMY LEARNING JOURNALS - MODULE 4: National Strategies and Action Plans (NS/AP)
Delve into National Strategies and Action Plans, the cornerstone of REDD+ actions and investments, providing a framework to identify and prioritize REDD+ policies and measures. This module introduces the process of NS/AP development and describes cross-cutting issues such as stakeholder engagement, gender responsiveness, and national leadership and coordination.

24 November 2015
English

REDD+ ACADEMY Edition Two (2017) LEARNING JOURNAL Module 3: Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation

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REDD+ ACADEMY LEARNING JOURNAL - MODULE 3: Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation

Although circumstances vary, explore commonalities, especially at the regional level in terms of what processes, practices and policies are leading to deforestation and forest degradation. This module looks at how drivers can be identified, analyzed and prioritized within the context of REDD+.

24 November 2015
English

REDD+ ACADEMY Edition Two (2017) LEARNING JOURNAL Module 2: Understanding REDD+ and the UNFCCC

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REDD+ ACADEMY LEARNING JOURNAL - MODULE 2: Understanding REDD+ and the UNFCCC

Discover where the idea for REDD+ came from and how it’s been formalized in international negotiations, national actions and multilateral initiatives. This module
sets the institutional framework for REDD+ and introduces the major rules of engagement.

24 November 2015
English

REDD+ ACADEMY Edition Two (2017) LEARNING JOURNAL Module 1: Forests, carbon sequestration and climate change

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REDD+ ACADEMY LEARNING JOURNAL - MODULE 1: Forest, Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change
Learn about what’s driving climate change, how climate change is connected to forests, and the potential of forests to help reach climate change mitigation targets. This module provides a general scientific overview that rationalizes REDD+ as an important approach.

 

24 November 2015
French

REDD+ Academy Brochure French

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This REDD+ Academy brochure briefly describes the REDD+ Academy capacity building initiative and the related REDD+ Academy Learning Journal, with its twelve modules addressing key topics in REDD+.

 

24 November 2015
English

REDD+ Academy Brochure English

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This REDD+ Academy brochure briefly describes the REDD+ Academy capacity building initiative and the related REDD+ Academy Learning Journal, with its twelve modules addressing key topics in REDD+.

22 November 2015
Spanish

REDD+ Academy Learning Journal_complete SPANISH

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To support continued learning both during the REDD+ Academy training sessions and beyond, the UN-REDD Programme developed the REDD+ Academy Learning Journals. Addressing twelve key topics[1] in REDD+, the Learning Journals are a coherent bundle of introductory information, detailed accounts and learning exercises designed to build capacity for REDD+ throughout the world.

The Journals walk learners through the landscape of REDD+, from the carbon cycle and drivers of deforestation to approaches to finance and stakeholder engagement. The Journals also explore technical issues, such as the establishment of national forest monitoring systems and processes to address REDD+ safeguards.

Designed to be used either as a complete course or as individual modules depending on the learners’ interest, the REDD+ Academy Journals offer a level of comprehensiveness and flexibility that matches the diverse needs of REDD+ practitioners.

The Journals are available online in English, French and Spanish.

[1] The twelve modules of the REDD+ Academy Learning Journal are: Forests, carbon sequestration and climate change; REDD+ and the UNFCCC; Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation; National Strategies and Action Plans; National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS); Forest Reference (Emission) Levels (FREL/FRLs); Policies and Measures; REDD+ Safeguards; REDD+ Finance; Allocation of Incentives; Public Awareness & Stakeholder Engagement; Good Governance.

 

22 November 2015
French

REDD+ Academy Learning Journal_complete FRENCH

uploaded by Mihaela Secrieru

To support continued learning both during the REDD+ Academy training sessions and beyond, the UN-REDD Programme developed the REDD+ Academy Learning Journals. Addressing twelve key topics[1] in REDD+, the Learning Journals are a coherent bundle of introductory information, detailed accounts and learning exercises designed to build capacity for REDD+ throughout the world.

The Journals walk learners through the landscape of REDD+, from the carbon cycle and drivers of deforestation to approaches to finance and stakeholder engagement. The Journals also explore technical issues, such as the establishment of national forest monitoring systems and processes to address REDD+ safeguards.

Designed to be used either as a complete course or as individual modules depending on the learners’ interest, the REDD+ Academy Journals offer a level of comprehensiveness and flexibility that matches the diverse needs of REDD+ practitioners.

The Journals are available online in English, French and Spanish.

[1] The twelve modules of the REDD+ Academy Learning Journal are: Forests, carbon sequestration and climate change; REDD+ and the UNFCCC; Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation; National Strategies and Action Plans; National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS); Forest Reference (Emission) Levels (FREL/FRLs); Policies and Measures; REDD+ Safeguards; REDD+ Finance; Allocation of Incentives; Public Awareness & Stakeholder Engagement; Good Governance.

 

 

22 November 2015
English

REDD+ Academy Learning Journal Edition Two (2017)_complete ENGLISH

uploaded by Mihaela Secrieru

To support continued learning both during the REDD+ Academy training sessions and beyond, the UN-REDD Programme developed the REDD+ Academy Learning Journals. Addressing twelve key topics[1] in REDD+, the Learning Journals are a coherent bundle of introductory information, detailed accounts and learning exercises designed to build capacity for REDD+ throughout the world.

The Journals walk learners through the landscape of REDD+, from the carbon cycle and drivers of deforestation to approaches to finance and stakeholder engagement. The Journals also explore technical issues, such as the establishment of national forest monitoring systems and processes to address REDD+ safeguards.

Designed to be used either as a complete course or as individual modules depending on the learners’ interest, the REDD+ Academy Journals offer a level of comprehensiveness and flexibility that matches the diverse needs of REDD+ practitioners.

[1] The twelve modules of the REDD+ Academy Learning Journal are: Forests, carbon sequestration and climate change; REDD+ and the UNFCCC; Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation; National Strategies and Action Plans; National Forest Monitoring Systems (NFMS); Forest Reference (Emission) Levels (FREL/FRLs); Policies and Measures; REDD+ Safeguards; REDD+ Finance; Allocation of Incentives; Public Awareness & Stakeholder Engagement; Good Governance.

 

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