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Submissions provided by Nepal
Methodological guidance for non-market-based approaches and methodological issues related to non-carbon benefits resulting from the implementation of REDD-plus
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General Overview on Co-benefits of REDD+ implementation
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Submissions from others that relate to Nepal
Early Lessons from Jurisdictional REDD+ and Low Emissions Development Programs
The report features eight REDD+/LED programs worldwide designed to reduce forest-related emissions, and will serve as a resource for practitioners, forest country governments, donors and others working to advance jurisdictional models at a large landscape scale.
English PDF 11.08 MB
Emerging approaches to Forest Reference Emission Levels and/or Forest Reference Levels for REDD+
This publication summarizes Forest Reference Level construction approaches developed by Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, the DRC, Ghana, Guyana, Mexico, Nepal, the RoC and Vietnam; the publication hopes other countries can learn from and get inspired by these pilots in FRL development. The FRLs in the publication are developed for demonstration activities but the Annex to the document also reports on UNFCCC submissions (Publication is intended to be updated with future submissions).
English PDF 4.77 MB
Linking Adaptation and Mitigation through Community Forestry: Case Studies from Asia
English PDF 11.19 MB
State of Forest, Policy Environment and Ways Forward
These studies covered the drivers of deforestation and existing national laws and policies on forests, land tenure, indigenous peoples and their rights, climate change and REDD+ from nine countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. The reports also provided recommendations on how to address issues and challenges affecting forests and indigenous peoples.
English PDF 3.80 MB
USAID's biodiversity conservation and forestry programs, FY 2007
USAID, along with the U.S. Department of State, spends approximately $90 million annually to reduce deforestation, increase sequestration, and enhance sustainable forest management. Some examples of USAID programs include: -Spending $30 million annually for conservation in the Amazon, including the Initiative for Conservation in the Andean Amazon and over $100 million since 2002 to targeted conservation programs as part of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership. -Working with the Center for International Forestry (CIFOR) to create a suite of training modules on topics related to forests and climate change, including modules on carbon accounting, forest management, trading carbon from forests, and international policy. -Assessing forest conservation and natural resources management programs – in countries such as Indonesia, Liberia and Bolivia – to see how they can be redesigned, to better incorporate forest climate practices and policies.
English PDF 6.55 MB