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13 October 2015
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Forests and Climate Change After Cancun: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

The United Nations climate change talks in Cancun changed the shape of REDD+ negotiations and global forest policies. What effect will the decisions from the talks have on forests and forest users in Asia and the Pacific? Eleven climate change and forestry experts gathered to reflect on these issues, and this booklet summarizes their responses to 12 key questions.

13 October 2015
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Forests and climate change after Durban

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

Over the past two years, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests have brought together regional experts to reflect on the outcomes of the 15th and 16th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The resulting booklets Forests and Climate Change After Copenhagen: An Asia-Pacific Perspective and Forests and Climate Change After Cancun: An Asia-Pacific Perspective were distributed widely and very well received.In February 2012, RECOFTC, FAO, and CoDe REDD, with support from GIZ-BMU, REDD-net, NORAD, ASFN, and SDC, brought together 13 climate change and forestry experts in Quezon City, Philippines, to discuss the implications on the forestry sector in the Asia-Pacific region of decisions taken at COP 17, held in Durban, South Africa, in November and December 2011. This booklet summarizes their responses to a set of 13 key questions raised at the workshop.

13 October 2015
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Forests and Climate Change After Doha: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

Over the past three years RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have brought together regional experts to reflect on the outcomes of the 15th, 16th and 17th Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The resulting booklets “Forests and Climate Change after Copenhagen,” “after Cancun” and “after Durban” were distributed widely and very well received.

In February 2013, RECOFTC and FAO, along with host institution, the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry, brought together 11 climate change and forestry experts in Bogor, Indonesia, to discuss the implications of decisions taken at the COP 18 held in Doha, Qatar in November and December 2012 on the forestry sector of the Asia-Pacific region. This booklet summarizes their responses to a set of 12 key questions raised at the consultation.

 

13 October 2015
English

Forests and Climate Change After Copenhagen: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

uploaded by RECOFTC The Center for People and Forests

Following Copenhagen, forestry stakeholders have raised many questions about the meaning of COP15 for people, forests, and forestry. FAO and RECOFTC recently brought together 12 experts in Bali to debate the issues and provide answers to a dozen key questions. This report summarizes the discussions.

17 March 2011
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Guide for REDD+ Negotiators

uploaded by Dave

The purpose of this guide is to assist developing country negotiators and others who are working on REDD-plus. This is an updated version of the guide that was released in October 2010.

The guide is divided into three parts:

  • Part I considers REDD-plus in the negotiations
  • Part II contains general negotiating tips for new REDD-plus negotiators and others
  • Part III contains UNFCCC documents that are often referred to in REDD-plus negotiations
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