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27 June 2016
French

Poster CAFI

uploaded by Estelle Fach

Qu'est-ce que CAFI ? Comment cette initiative fonctionne-t-elle, et en quoi est-elle différente ? Pourquoi cette attention portée aux forêts d'Afrique centrale ? Réponses sur ce poster (cliquez sur DOWNLOAD) ci-dessous)

Il existe aussi en anglais : http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=document&alias=15587-cafi-poster-1&category_slug=donors-institutional-partners-210&Itemid=134

27 June 2016
English

CAFI Poster

uploaded by Estelle Fach

What is CAFI ? How does it work, and how is it different ? Why are central African Forests so important ? This poster (for online or A3 printing) summarizes the key features of the Central African Forest Initiative. Also in French here : http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=download&alias=15589-poster-cafi-fr&category_slug=donors-institutional-partners-210&Itemid=134

27 June 2016
English

CAFI Poster

uploaded by Estelle Fach

What is CAFI ? How does it work, and how is it different ? Why are central African Forests so important ? This poster (for online or A3 printing) summarizes key features. 

23 May 2016
English

CAFI Presentation

uploaded by Estelle Fach

Presentation by CAFI at the UNFCCC Voluntary meeting of the REDD+ focal points 

19 June 2015
French

Résumé exécutif: Mangroves d'Afrique Centrale: des puits de carbone aux multiples atouts - une évaluation pour la REDD+

uploaded by Mihaela Secrieru

 

Le présent rapport confirme que les mangroves figurent parmi les écosystèmes les plus riches en carbone de la planète et a pour ambition de jeter les bases de leur gestion durable, de leur conservation et de leur restauration. Il souligne à la fois l’importante valeur écologique et économique des mangroves et les facteurs qui menacent leur survie dans la région. Ce rapport encourage les pays qui ne l’ont pas encore fait à élaborer une définition des forêts englobant spécifiquement

les mangroves, afin d’inclure leurs écosystèmes dans les stratégies nationales de réduction des émissions liées à la déforestation et à la dégradation des forêts (REDD+). Au-delà de la perspective de financements additionnels, REDD+ peut jouer un rôle de catalyseur pour des actions de protection des mangroves, en encourageant des dialogues multipartites et en fournissant un cadre pour une politique globale et des approches intersectorielles visant à lutter contre les facteurs de la déforestation.

 

 

19 June 2015
English

Full report: Carbon pools and multiple benefits of mangroves in Central Africa - Assessment for REDD+

uploaded by Mihaela Secrieru

 

The assessment finds that the mangroves of Central Africa which are found in Cameroon, Gabon, the Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola, could be amongst the most carbon-rich ecosystems in the world. Each hectare of cleared pristine mangrove is estimated to release 1,299 tonnes of C02 per year. However, until mangroves are included in the national definition of forests, many countries will be unable to access carbon incentives, improved governance, jobs and a range of other benefits under the global REDD+ programme. 

 

19 June 2015
Spanish

Resumen Ejecutivo: Los depósitos de carbono y los múltiples beneficios de los manglares de África Central - Evaluación para REDD +

uploaded by Mihaela Secrieru

 

En el informe se confirma que los manglares son uno de los ecosistemas más ricos en carbono del planeta y se proporcionan las bases para su gestión, conservación y recuperación sostenibles. Asimismo, se subraya su gran valor ecológico y económico y las amenazas que se ciernen sobre la región. En el documento se insta a elaborar una definición nacional de los bosques que incluya explícitamente a los manglares a los países que todavía no dispongan de ella, con el objeto de allanar el camino para que estos ecosistemas puedan incluirse en las estrategias nacionales para la reducción de emisiones debidas a la deforestación y la degradación forestal (REDD+). Más allá de las posibilidades de conseguir financiación adicional, la iniciativa REDD+ puede catalizar la acción para proteger los manglares mediante un diálogo más intenso entre las diversas partes interesadas y un marco de políticas integrales y enfoques multisectoriales con el que hacer frente a los factores desencadenantes de la deforestación.

 

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