International REDD+ Architecture

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08 November 2009
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The Carbon Store REDD and AFOLU paper

uploaded by Tim Clairs

This Carbon Store paper proposes a sectoral approach to engagement of
developing nations in quantified emission reductions in the agriculture, forestry
and other land uses (AFOLU) sector in the period 2013 – 2017. It also proposes
that carbon accounting and reporting by developed and developing nations for
AFOLU under the Kyoto Protocol should converge starting in 2013.
It recommends that all developed nations, and all developing nations that want
to generate tradable Kyoto units from AFOLU activities, should use the 2006
IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories for AFOLU activity
reporting from 2013.

19 October 2009
English

OECD Consultation Draft Climate Financial Architecture

uploaded by Tim Clairs

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Development Perspectives for a post-Copenhagen Climate Financing Architecture.  Oct 14 2009 Draft.

19 October 2009
English

The International REDD+ Context - presentation by Baker & McKenzie

uploaded by Tim Clairs

Current treatment of REDD+ in international legal and policy documents and likely treatment post-2012.

 

Martijn Wilder
Head Global Climate Change Practice, Baker & McKenzie, Sydney
Adjunct Professor Climate Change Law, Australian National University

 

18 October 2009
English

The Forest Dialogue - Consensus on REDD+ Frameworks

uploaded by Tim Clairs

This submission represents the consensus of a range of forest leaders across the business, environmental, scientific, Indigenous Peoples and forest-based communities on financing for REDD-plus (as referenced in the Bali Action Plan).

08 July 2009
English

Assessement Global Financial Initiatives and Monitoring Aspects of Carbon Sinks - Focali- June 2009

uploaded by Estelle Fach

The report covers different angles: i) an overview of existing financial and methodological initiatives that currently invest in preparation and capacity building of potential REDD host countries, but also in REDD pilot projects, ii) the preparedness of potential host countries (Bolivia, Cameroon, Costa Rica and Sri Lanka) to establish baselines and implement a REDD system that contributes to sustainable development, and iii) the funding structure and channels of a major investor country (Norway).

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