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Countries that submitted a summary of information on safeguards


Countries that submitted a summary of information on safeguards


January 2021
Papua New Guinea

Safeguard Information System Framework Document for Papua New Guinea

The objectives of PNG’s SIS are to outline the framework for the Safeguard Information System (SIS) of the Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG). This document outlines the objectives, functions and institutional arrangements of the SIS, along with the identification of SIS information needs and relevant sources of information.

English PDF 3.24 MB

January 2021
Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea Summary of Information on how UNFCCC REDD+ Safeguards are being Addressed and Respected

In accordance with the decisions established in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) regarding policy approaches and positive incentives on issues relating to reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, and the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+), hereby the first Summary of Information (SOI) is presented on how safeguards listed in decision 1/CP.16 appendix I, are being addressed and respected in accordance with decisions 12/ CP.17, 12/CP.19, 17/CP.21.

English PDF 3.50 MB

December 2019
Ecuador, Ministry of Environment Ecuador

2nd Safeguards Information Summary

In the last decade, Ecuador has taken important steps towards forest conservation and the reduction of greenhouse emissions establishing important objectives and goals related to environmental problems. Instruments such as the National Development Plan 2017-2021, the National Territory Plan and the Climate Change National Strategy and the REDD+ National Action Plan are just some of the policies the country is implementing to fight climate change and the effects it has into the population. The commitment towards current and future generations is clearly expressed within the previous mention policies, which have a direct impact in forest conservation, materializing the efforts of Ecuador in projects and programs such as Socio Bosque Project, The National Forest Restoration Program, Amazon Conservation and Sustainable Production Program, among others. Ecuador’s second summary of information has been developed to guide readers on how the country is implementing REDD+ actions aligned with the Cancun Safeguards making sure that environmental and social considerations are understood, approached and respected by the programs and projects implementing teams. Also, the report includes an update on how the country has taken into consideration the recommendations made in the previous summary of information, as well as elaborating new recommendations based on the information gathered during the research and consultation phase with different stakeholders.

Spanish PDF 5.19 MB

December 2019
Costa Rica

Primer Informe sobre abordaje y respeto de las Salvaguardas de Cancún en el marco del proceso y la implementación de la Estrategia Nacional REDD+ Costa Rica

Primer informe sobre abordaje y respeto de las Salvaguardas de Cancún en el marco del proceso y la implementación de la Estrategia Nacional de Reducción de Emisiones por Deforestación y Degradación de Bosques de Costa Rica

Spanish PDF 2.24 MB

July 2019
Colombia

Colombia´s Safeguards Information Summary II

El documento corresponde al segundo resumen de información en salvaguardas para REDD+ que Colombia presenta conforme al acuerdo establecido con el Banco de Desarrollo Alemán KfW en el marco del Programa Global REDD+ para Early Movers (REM) ,corresponde al periodo de reporte 2015-2016 e incluye algunos avances del país obtenidos durante lo que va corrido en el 2017. El documento describe los principales avances en el nivel de desarrollo, incluyendo el progreso alcanzado en el desarrollo del Sistema de Información de Salvaguardas (SIS) y mantiene un especial énfasis en la región de la Amazonía Colombiana en términos de cómo se están abordando y respetando las salvaguardas en el marco de la implementación de acciones del programa Visión Amazonía. De esta manera, se busca dar cumplimiento a los compromisos internacionales en materia de salvaguardas de la Convención Marco de Naciones Unidas de Cambio Climático (CMNUCC), a los compromisos bajo los programas de pago por resultados que ha suscrito el país, y más importante, informar a los actores naciones y locales sobre los avances en el tema, de forma que puedan ayudar a mejorar el proceso de consolidación del Sistema Nacional de Salvaguardas REDD+ del país.

Spanish PDF 1.37 MB

February 2018
Chile

Primer Resumen de Información Período del reporte 2013-2017 Abordaje, Respeto y Cumplimiento de las Salvaguardas para la Formulación de la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile

Documento que da cumplimiento a la Decisión 12 de la Conferencia de las Partes número 17 (12/CP.171) de la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (CMNUCC) que establece que los países en desarrollo deben proporcionar un resumen de la información sobre la forma en que se están abordando y respetando las Salvaguardas de Cancún.

Spanish PDF 25.73 MB

December 2016
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Letter Of Intent (LOI)

Document which set the obligations for both parties, namely DRC and CAFI, in terms of milestones to be complied with by DRC and the necessary funding CAFI will have to provide for the implementation of the DRC National REDD+ Investment Plan

English PDF 259.21 KB

December 2016
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Lettre d'Intention (LOI)

Document qui détermine les obligations des deux parties, à savoir la RDC et l'Initiative pour les Forêts de l'Afrique Centrale (CAFI), en terme de jalons à atteindre pour la RDC et des financements à assurer par CAFI pour la mise en oeuvre du Plan d'investissement National REDD+

French PDF 270.31 KB

December 2016
Democratic Republic of the Congo

National REDD+ Investment Plan

Programatic framework translating the National REDD+ Strategy into sectoral activities and key reforms, with project files related to the pilars identified in the National REDD+ Strategy

English PDF 3.08 MB

December 2016
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Plan National d'Investissement REDD+

Cadre de programmation qui décline la mise en oeuvre de la Stratégie Nationale REDD+, en terme d'activités sectorielles, des politiques et des réformes clés, notamment avec des fiches projets qui sont présentés correspondant aux piliers de la Stratégie.

French PDF 4.53 MB

December 2016
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Stratégie Nationale REDD+ Appendices

Annexes au Document de la Stratégie Nationale REDD+

French PDF 1.90 MB

December 2016
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Stratégie Nationale REDD+

Document de référence qui identifie les moteurs directs et indirects de la déforestation et de la dégradation forestière. Il précise la vision du Gouvernement pour un développement économique et social du pays à faible carbone, à l’horizon 2035, centrée sur 7 piliers d’intervention stratégique, dont 3 piliers sectoriels (agriculture, énergie e forêt) et 4 piliers habilitants (gouvernance, aménagement de territoire, reforme foncière et démographie)

French PDF 2.50 MB

October 2015
Brazil

Conceitualização e Desenvolvimento do Sistema de Informação sobre as Salvaguardas de Cancun para Implementação de REDD+ no Brasil

No contexto da Convenção-Quadro das Nações Unidas sobre Mudança do Clima (UNFCCC, na sigla em inglês), as salvaguardas de Cancun foram acordadas pelas Partes como diretrizes que visam potencializar os impactos positivos e reduzir os impactos negativos relacionados à REDD+. REDD+ é um instrumento voluntário que provê incentivos através de pagamentos pelos resultados de mitigação no setor florestal por parte de países em desenvolvimento. O cumprimento dos requisitos definidos sob a UNFCCC (incluindo a submissão do sumário de informações e o estabelecimento de um sistema de informação sobre as salvaguardas de Cancun) condiciona o recebimento dos pagamentos por resultados. As informações sobre a implementação das salvaguardas de Cancun pelo Brasil serão disponibilizadas no Sistema de Informações sobre as Salvaguardas de REDD+ (SISREDD+). O SISREDD+ visa atender às necessidades de ampliação do controle social sobre o desenvolvimento de atividades de REDD+ no Brasil, servindo como referência, ao oferecer informação qualificada e coordenada com outras iniciativas. Esse sistema encontra-se ainda em fase de conceitualização, e seu desenvolvimento pelo Brasil se dará através de discussões com a sociedade, especialistas e partes interessadas.

Portuguese External link

October 2015
Brazil

The Implementation of the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ by Brazil

Brazil was the first country to submit a forest reference emission level for results based payments to the UNFCCC. This submission has triggered the implementation of the Warsaw Framework for REDD+.

English External link


Submissions related to Safeguards

January 2021
Gabon

Premier résumé d’informations du Gabon sur la prise en compte et le respect des sauvegardes Redd+

Ce Premier Résumé d’Informations a pour objectif d’informer sur la façon dont les sauvegardes de la Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur les Changements Climatiques (CCNUCC) sont prises en compte et respectées en République gabonaise lors de la mise en œuvre des activités REDD+.

French PDF 1.50 MB

December 2020
Lao People's Democratic Republic

1st Summary of Information on How Safeguards for REDD+ were addressed and respected by Lao People’s Democratic Republic for the period 2015-2018

According to the Decision 12/CP 19: 1. Reiterates that according to decision 12/CP.17, paragraph 3, developing country Parties undertaking the activities referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70, should provide a summary of information on how all of the safeguards referred to in decision 1/CP.16, appendix I, are being addressed and respected throughout the implementation of the activities; 2. Reiterates that according to decision 12/CP.17, paragraph 4, the summary of information referred to in paragraph 1 above should be provided periodically and be included in national communications, or communication channels agreed by the Conference of the Parties; 3. Agrees that the summary of information referred to in paragraph 1 above could also be provided, on a voluntary basis, via the web platform on the UNFCCC website Therefore, Lao People’s Democratic Republic would like to submit its first SOI for the period 2015-2018.

English PDF 1.19 MB

April 2020
UN-REDD Programme

UN-REDD Global Info Brief: REDD+ Safeguards Information Systems: Moving from design to operation

The SIS is a required element for REDD+ implementation, agreed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, and a prerequisite for results-based payments under this Convention and the Green Climate Fund. This Info Brief summarizes key considerations for putting a SIS into operation, based on initial country experiences. It aims to support the developing country government institutions, and their key partners in the design of the SIS or the actions to make it operational. Considerations are presented around four functional responsibilities, which are compile and manage, analyze and interpret, assure quality and validate, and disseminate and use safeguards information.

English PDF 770.48 KB

December 2019
Argentina

1st Safeguards information summary

Argentina´s first Safeguards Information Summary reports on how REDD+ safeguards have been addressed and respected between 2014-2019 in the design and implementation of the National Action Plan on Forests and Climate Change (PANByCC, for its Spanish acronym). This first Summary details the regulatory framework to address REDD+ safeguards, information on the alignment of the PANByCC actions with the REDD+ safeguards and the application of the regulatory framework, through institutions, mechanisms, plans and programs to respect REDD+ safeguards in the implementation of the PANByCC, and other REDD+ initiatives. The Summary also describes the Safeguards Information System (SIS-AR, for its Spanish acronym) implemented with the objective of providing information on how REDD+ safeguards are being addressed and respected throughout the implementation of REDD+ activities in the country. The SIS-AR has been developed to respond to international requirements on REDD+ safeguards, and to serve as a tool for monitoring and continuous improvement of social and environmental aspects in the implementation of the PANByCC and other REDD+ initiatives in the country.

Spanish PDF 2.38 MB

November 2019
UN-REDD Programme

Technical Resource Series 2: Country Approaches to REDD+ Safeguards: A Global Review of Initial Experiences and Emerging Lessons

Second issue in a new line of technical resource publications on safeguards, this review attempts to capture and synthesize the state-of-the-art knowledge on country approaches to REDD+ safeguards, with the primary aim of facilitating information exchange among REDD+ countries. The findings of this initial global review were informed by a consultative process engaging a number of countries who have made progress with their country approaches to safeguards.

English PDF 9.62 MB

November 2019
UN-REDD Programme

REDD+ Safeguards Information Systems: Practical Design Considerations

2017 v2.0 update of the original 2015 technical brief. Summarises the key practical design considerations for 'Safeguard Information Systems' (SIS), in line with UNFCCC requirements, discussed in more detail in the corresponding safeguards Technical Resource Series document (No. 1).

English 0_EN 9.61 MB

October 2019
UN-REDD Programme

Technical Brief #1 v2.0: REDD+ Safeguards Information Systems: practical design considerations

2017 v2.0 update of the original 2015 technical brief. Summarises the key practical design considerations for 'safeguard information systems' (SIS), in line with UNFCCC requirements, discussed in more detail in the corresponding safeguards

English 0_EN 9.61 MB

September 2019
Chile

First Summary of Information on Address, Respect and Compliance with Safeguards for Readiness to the National Strategy on Climate Change and Vegetation Resources (ENCCRV)

Through the consignment of the document herein, Chile intends to fulfill Decision 12 of the Conference of the Parties (COP) number 17 (12/CP.171) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which states that developing countries must provide a summary of information on how the safeguards listed in decision 1/CP.162-better known as the Cancun Safeguards- are being addressed and respected. The Summary of Safeguards -as described in decision 17/CP.213, includes the following: A) Information on national circumstances relevant to address and respect safeguards; B) A description of each safeguard in accordance with national circumstances; C)A description of systems and processes that are relevant for addressing and respecting safeguards, including the information systems referred to in decision 12/CP.17 in accordance with national circumstances; D)Information on how each of the safeguards has been addressed and respected, in accordance with national circumstances; The aim of the Summary of Safeguards is to report on how safeguards were addressed and respected during the “Formulation and Validation” for readiness and “Early Implementation” phases of Chile’s 2017-2025 National Strategy on Climate Change and Vegetation Resources (ENCCRV, as per the Spanish acronym). In this regard, the scope of the document is national for the “Formulation and Validation” phase; and sub-national for the “Early Implementation” phase, where information is included only for those regions in which projects associated with ENCCRV action measures are being implemented. The Summary of Safeguards period covers 2013-2017, conducting the participatory process for the gathering of basic information for the formulation of the ENCCRV, an indigenous dialogue and participation process, and the self-assessment and citizen consultation with which this initiative was validated. The ENCCRV, led by the Climate Change and Environmental Services Unit (UCCSA, as per the Spanish acronym) -within the National Forestry Corporation (CONAF), on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture (MINAGRI, as per the Spanish acronym)- encompasses the policy approach for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation; the promotion of forest conservation, sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of forest carbon stocks, known as REDD+, in which CONAF has the role of being The National Focal Point. Furthermore, it extends its scope beyond REDD+, including actions aligned with the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) for which CONAF also acts as a National Focal Point; and as a direct link with the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD); whose National Focal Point is the Ministry of the Environment (MMA as per the Spanish acronym). Therefore, the Summary of Safeguards includes: - Information on the country’s national context on environmental and social issues followed by details on the process of formulation and validation of the ENCCRV, including the management instruments that emerged from this process. - A description on the national circumstances for addressing, respecting and compliance with safeguards, in addition to the national definitions linked to the treatment and enforcement of the safeguards, including the institutional arrangements necessary to address them properly -National interpretation of the Cancun Safeguards and how these safeguards have been addressed, respected and enforced in the “Formulation and Validation” phase of the ENCCRV. -Analysis of the link between the Cancun Safeguards, guidance on social and environmental consideration from the UN-REDD Programme, and the World Bank’s Operational Policies in their capacity as instances of technical and financial support for the “Formulation and Validation” and “Early Implementation” phases of the ENCCRV. - Systems and processes to adress, respect and compliance of safeguards during the Implementation phase of the ENCCRV -Experiences and lessons learned from the process that could help Chile strengthen its future Summaries of Safeguards. In view of the above, we expect that this report will set the foundations for subsequent reporting on the progress to be made within the framework of the ENCCRV and its implementation and results-based payments phase, where addressing, respecting and compliance safeguards is essential

English PDF 19.38 MB

September 2019
Chile

AVANCES DEL DISEÑO E IMPLEMENTACIÓN DEL SISTEMA DE INFORMACIÓN DE SALVAGUARDAS (SIS) DE LA ESTRATEGIA NACIONAL DE CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO Y RECURSOS VEGETACIONALES (ENCCRV) 2017-2025 DE CHILE

La Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (CMNUCC), en su XVI Conferencia de las Partes (COP), decisión 1/CP.16 párrafo 69, afirma que las salvaguardas ambientales y sociales establecidas en el apéndice I de la mencionada decisión se deben promover y respaldar, mientras que en el párrafo 71 pide a los países que elaboren un sistema para proporcionar información sobre la forma en que se estén abordando y respetando estas salvaguardas. En este sentido, y en cumplimiento con lo establecido en la CMNUCC, la Corporación Nacional Forestal (CONAF) mediante la implementación de la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile 2017 – 2025, se encuentra en proceso de diseño e implementación de su Sistema de Información de Salvaguardas (SIS) para la ENCCRV, según los requerimientos de la CMNUCC para REDD+ y otras instancias internacionales afines, además de los requerimientos que la CONAF considere desde el ámbito nacional. Un elemento relevante en el diseño del SIS, corresponde al alcance nacional que debe abordar, con escalas diferenciadas de acuerdo a las características de cada una de las medidas de acción de la ENCCRV durante la fase de implementación. En este contexto, el presente documento incluye los avances en el diseño de implementación del SIS de la ENCCRV, referido principalmente al diseño conceptual, el cual define los objetivos y funciones del Sistema, el procedimiento para el análisis de salvaguardas, la operatividad del sistema y otros elementos que lo componen.

Spanish PDF 21.77 MB

July 2019
Switzerland

Best Practices in Governance and Biodiversity Safeguards for REDD+

Policy Brief

English External link

January 2019
Viet Nam

First SOI report

First summary of information on how safeguards for Redd+ would be addressed and respected in Viet Nam

English PDF 1.05 MB

February 2018
Chile

Nota Informativa N°17. Proceso de Diálogo y Participación con los Pueblos Indígenas en la formulación de la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile.

Documento que describe el Proceso de Diálogo y Participación con los Pueblos Indígenas en la formulación de la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile el cual incluyó a los pueblos originarios de todo el territorio de Chile continental, focalizando las zonas rurales de las diez regiones con presencia de población indígena y donde sus formas de vida y costumbres se relacionan directa e indirectamente con los bosques y recursos vegetacionales.

Spanish PDF 13.01 MB

February 2018
Chile

Informative Note N° 11. Chile-Mexico Binational Cooperation Project regarding forests and climate change

Summary of the activities developed during the Chile-Mexico Binational Cooperation Project regarding forests and climate change

English PDF 11.24 MB

February 2018
Chile

Nota Informativa N°11. Proyecto de cooperación binacional México – Chile en materia de bosques y cambio climático

Descripción de las actividades ejecutadas durante el Proyecto de cooperación binacional México – Chile en materia de bosques y cambio climático, en el marco de la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales y la Estrategia Nacional REDD de México (ENAREDD+)

Spanish PDF 11.25 MB

February 2018
Chile

Informative Note N°8. Mainstreaming of the Gender Approach in Chile’s National Strategy on Climate Change and Vegetation Resources (ENCCRV).

Nota Informativa N°8. Mainstreaming of the Gender Approach in Chile’s National Strategy on Climate Change and Vegetation Resources (ENCCRV).

English PDF 11.37 MB

February 2018
Chile

Nota Informativa N°8. Transversalización del Enfoque de Género en la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile.

Transversalización del Enfoque de Género en la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile.

Spanish PDF 11.38 MB

February 2018
Chile

Plan para la Implementación de las Salvaguardas Ambientales y Sociales de Consulta Ciudadana e Indígena y Autoevaluación de la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile.

El Plan tiene por objetivo principal, diseñar e implementar el proceso participativo y de resguardo de las salvaguardas ambientales y sociales en cada una de las fases de la ENCCRV. A través de la implementación del Plan y tras diversos apoyos de expertos, se generó la información base para realizar la Evaluación Estratégica Ambiental y Social (SESA) y el correspondiente Marco de Gestión Ambiental y Social (MGAS) de la ENCCRV.

Spanish PDF 32.67 MB

February 2018
Chile

Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) CHILE

Documento Marco de la ENCCRV el cual define el objetivo, objetivos específicos, visión, misión establecida para esta. Además, detalla el contexto nacional e internacional en materia de cambio climático y recursos vegetacionales, la propuesta técnica que incluye el detalle de las medidas de medidas de acción y presupuesto para combatir las causales de deforestación, devegetación, degradación de recursos vegetacionales y problemas asociados para aumentar su cobertura y calidad.

Spanish PDF 26.84 MB

October 2017

The Development of REDD+ Safeguards in the Hindu Kush Himalaya: Recent Experiences and Processes

In the Hindu Kush Himalaya (HKH), countries have initiated their work on REDD+ safeguards but no country has yet made a formal submission to the UNFCCC. REDD+ Initiative at ICIMOD, with the long-term goal of developing a conducive social and environmental safeguard to assist the countries in their REDD+ readiness phase, has initiated South- South learning platform to foster learning and sharing REDD+ experiences between the countries. This submission demonstrate how the HKH countries are committed to developing REDD+ safeguards.

English External link

September 2017
Malaysia

Safeguards summary information Malaysia

Report on Summary of Information on How REDD+ Safeguards are Addressed and Respected

English PDF 2.47 MB

May 2017
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Conservação das Florestas para Combater as Mudanças Climáticas

Em dezembro de 2015, com a assinatura do Acordo de Paris, as nações do mundo chegaram a um acordo histórico, abrangente e coletivo para combater as mudanças climáticas. O objetivo principal do acordo no âmbito da Convenção-Quadro das Nações Unidas sobre Mudança do Clima – CQNUMC (em inglês, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – UNFCCC) é manter o aumento da temperatura média global abaixo de 2° C em relação aos níveis pré-industriais, buscando esforços para que este aumento não passe de 1,5° C. O referido acordo reconhece o papel fundamental das florestas, incluindo ações para deter e reverter as taxas de desmatamento e de degradação florestal nos países em desenvolvimento, que têm contribuído com até 20% das emissões anuais de gases de efeito estufa. Para ajudar os países nessas ações, o acordo inclui uma estrutura de políticas e de incentivos para reduzir o desmatamento e a degradação florestal e aumentar o armazenamento de carbono nas florestas por meio da conservação e da gestão sustentável, o que inclui ações relacionadas ao REDD+.

Portuguese External link

May 2017
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Conservar los bosques para combatir el cambio climático

En diciembre del 2015, con la firma del Acuerdo de París, las naciones del mundo llegaron a un consenso sobre un enfoque histórico, colectivo y exhaustivo para combatir el cambio climático. El objetivo principal del acuerdo, conforme a la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (CMNUCC), es mantener el aumento de la temperatura media mundial muy por debajo de los 2 °C con respecto a los niveles preindustriales, e intentar limitar el aumento a 1.5 °C. El acuerdo reconoce el papel fundamental de los bosques y de las acciones para detener y revertir la tasa de deforestación y degradación forestal en los países en desarrollo, que han aportado hasta el 20 % de las emisiones anuales de gases de efecto invernadero. Con el fn de ayudar a los países a efectuar estas acciones, el acuerdo incluye un marco de políticas e incentivos para reducir la deforestación y la degradación forestal, y aumentar el almacenamiento de carbono en los bosques mediante la conservación y el manejo sostenible. Este marco se conoce como REDD+.

Spanish External link

May 2017
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Conserver les forêts pour lutter contre le changement climatique

En décembre 2015, avec la signature de l’Accord de Paris, les pays du monde entier se sont accordés sur une approche historique, collective et complète pour lutter contre le changement climatique. Le principal objectif de l’accord, sous la Convention-cadre des Nations Unies sur le changement climatique (CCNUCC) est de maintenir la montée de la température moyenne de par le monde bien en-deçà de 2oC au-dessus des niveaux préindustriels et d’essayer de limiter l’augmentation à 1,5oC. Au sein de cet accord se trouve la reconnaissance du rôle essentiel des forêts, y compris des actions visant à arrêter la déforestation et la dégradation de la forêt et à inverser leur rythme dans les pays en développement. La déforestation et la dégradation de la forêt contribuent jusqu’à hauteur de 20% aux émissions de gaz à effet de serre. Pour accompagner les pays dans ces actions, l’accord inclut un cadre de politiques et d’incitations pour la réduction de la déforestation et de la dégradation de la forêt, ainsi que l’augmentation des stocks de carbone dans les forêts par le biais de la conservation et d’une gestion durable. C’est ce que l’on appelle la REDD+.

French External link

May 2017
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Mapping REDD+: A visual guide to UNFCCC decisions

Mapping REDD+: A visual guide to UNFCCC decisions, an all-inclusive resource for REDD+ negotiators, practitioners, policy makers, and funders. REDD+ is ready for implementation, and a thorough understanding of relevant UNFCCC articles and decisions is needed to move forward and scale up action. In this comprehensive resource, we visually map the UNFCCC articles and decisions related to REDD+, and the connections between them, presenting all relevant decisions within one user-friendly document. The information is grouped into categories for easy reference regarding the subsets of REDD+ themes – such as finance, safeguards, and MRV – to ensure the highest levels of clarity and accessibility. The majority of the text is taken verbatim from official UNFCCC decisions, including citations, so readers can refer back to the original documents for additional context. Mapping REDD+ is a complete source of the relevant articles and decisions needed to make informed and UNFCCC-compliant decisions, for anyone working within the REDD+ framework, from planning, to finance, to implementation.

English External link

February 2017
Climate Law & Policy

Best Practices and Considerations for the Development of REDD+ Country Approaches to Safeguards and Design of Safeguard Information Systems

Document developed by CLP and SNV (2016). This document aims to provide guidance and a systematic overview of the different processes and considerations that form the core of Country Approaches to Safeguards (CAS). The broader objective of this document is to provide a framework structure for REDD+ countries seeking to develop their own CAS to respond to the UNFCCC and other international REDD+ safeguard requirements.

English PDF 2.42 MB

November 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Info Brief: Summaries of Information: How to demonstrate REDD+ safeguards are being addressed and respected

This UN-REDD Programme info brief elaborates on UNFCCC guidance to achieve transparency, consistency, comprehensiveness and effectiveness when informing on how all the UNFCCC REDD+ safeguards, also known as the “Cancun safeguards”, are being addressed and respected. Drawing on key elements of and experiences from countries’ approaches to safeguards, the brief indicates possible content of summaries of safeguards information.

English PDF 1.11 MB

November 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Technical Brief: Conceptual framework for country approaches to safeguards

Country approaches to safeguards have advanced in recent years and provide a strategic opportunity to build on existing governance arrangements and processes, with potential benefits beyond REDD+. Common elements of such approaches are emerging and are presented in this Technical Brief as a unified concept.

English PDF 1.37 MB

November 2016
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Conserving Forests to Combat Climate Change

In December 2015, the Paris Agreement recognized the critical role of forests in combating climate change. This recognition included actions to halt and reverse the rate of deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries, which have contributed up to 20 percent of annual greenhouse gas emissions. To assist countries in these actions, the agreement includes a framework of policies and incentives for reducing deforestation and forest degradation and increasing carbon storage in forests through conservation and sustainable management. This is known as REDD+, a mechanism that has evolved over a decade of discussions, research, and negotiations to become a key piece of the newly adopted climate architecture. The aim of REDD+ is to halt and reverse forest cover and carbon loss in developing countries by helping countries shift to low-emissions development pathways by increasing the value of healthy forests relative to other land uses. Achieving and sustaining the objectives of REDD+ requires the transformation of economic activities within and outside of forests, often referred to as the drivers of deforestation and forest degradation. A solid understanding of REDD+ and the Paris Agreement is needed to accomplish these economic transformations and conserve forests as natural places, carbon stocks, and sustainable resources. This paper describes what REDD+ is, in a manner that is accessible to policy makers, scientists and civil society and in a form that is completely consistent with the UNFCCC decisions and agreements.

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February 2016

Forests, climate change, and equity in Viet Nam: REDD+ equity challenges and solutions according to national stakeholders

Equity has featured prominently in international climate change discussions since the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992. Looking forward, equity is expected to be of even greater relevance in this year’s hoped for landmark climate agreement, to be finalized at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) remains a focal point of global debate at the intersection of forest and climate change policy. While the exact financing mechanism for REDD+ has yet to be determined, it is clear that demonstrating equity will be an essential part of accessing REDD+ payments and financing in the future. At the national level, Viet Nam recognizes the importance of equity for ensuring an effective REDD+ framework. Therefore, this brief is designed to present key REDD+ equity challenges, as identified by national policy makers and stakeholders in Viet Nam, and potential solutions to address those challenges. By highlighting national equity priorities identified during a workshop held in advance of COP21, we aim to ensure that future capacity development efforts are directed where there is the greatest need and national buy-in. The priority equity issues identified in Viet Nam include: tenure and resource rights, access to information, and benefit sharing.

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February 2016

Forests, climate change, and equity in Lao PDR: REDD+ equity challenges and solutions according to national stakeholders

Equity has featured prominently in international climate change discourse since the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992. Looking forward, equity is expected to be of even greater relevance in this year’s hoped for landmark climate agreement, to be finalized at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) remains central in global conversations at the intersection of forest and climate change policy. While the exact financing mechanism for REDD+ has yet to be determined, it is clear that demonstrating equity will be essential for accessing REDD+ financing in the future. Lao PDR recognizes the importance of equity for ensuring an effective REDD+ framework. Therefore, this brief is designed to present key REDD+ equity challenges as identified by national policy makers and other stakeholders in Lao PDR and potential solutions to address those challenges. By highlighting national equity priorities identified during a workshop held in advance of COP21, we aim to ensure that future capacity development efforts are directed where there is the greatest need and national buy-in. Priority equity issues identified in Lao PDR include: benefit sharing, participation and decision making, and livelihoods.

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February 2016

Forests, climate change, and equity in Cambodia: REDD+ equity challenges and solutions according to national stakeholders

Equity has featured prominently in international climate change discourse since the establishment of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1992. Looking forward, equity is expected to be of even greater relevance in this year’s hoped for landmark climate agreement, to be finalized at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris. Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) remains a focal point of global debate at the intersection of forest and climate change policy. While the exact financing mechanism for REDD+ has yet to be determined, it is clear that demonstrating equity will be an essential part of accessing REDD+ payments and financing in the future. At the national level, Cambodia recognizes the importance of equity for ensuring an effective REDD+ framework. Therefore, this brief is designed to present key REDD+ equity challenges as identified by national policy makers and other stakeholders in Cambodia and potential solutions to address those challenges. By highlighting national equity priorities identified during a workshop held in advance of COP21, we aim to ensure that future capacity development efforts are directed where there is the greatest need and national buy-in. Priority REDD+ and forest governance equity elements identified in Cambodia include: participation and decision-making, governance and regulations, and access to information.

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February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Série de Ressources Techniques: Considérations d’ordre pratique sur la conception des systèmes d’information sur les garanties REDD+

Cette ressource technique – la première d'une nouvelle série de publications techniques consacrées à l'information pratique en matière de conception de systèmes de sauvegarde des données (SSD) conformes aux exigences de la CCNUCC – traite des questions suivantes: Qu'est-ce qu'un SSD? Comment concevoir un SSD? Quel est le coût de la mise en place et de l'exploitation d'un SSD?

French PDF 13.66 MB

February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Enfoques a nivel de pais sobre las salvaguardas

Breve resumen introductorio de un marco conceptual para enfoques nacionales a las salvaguardias de REDD+.

Spanish PDF 1.15 MB

February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Les approches pays en matiere de garanties

Brève introduction présentant un cadre conceptuel pour les approches par pays des sauvegardes REDD+.

French PDF 1.23 MB

February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Nota informativa: Enfoque nacionale de salvaguardas: Experiencias iniciales y lecciones emergentes

Nota informativa del Programa ONU-REDD en la que se resumen las conclusiones de la publicación completa de recursos técnicos sobre los enfoques nacionales de salvaguardias. En este análisis se sintetizan los últimos conocimientos sobre enfoques nacionales respecto a las salvaguardias de REDD+, con el objetivo principal de facilitar el intercambio de información entre países de REDD+. Las conclusiones de este análisis general inicial están basadas en un proceso consultivo en el que participaron diversos países que han logrado avances en sus enfoques nacionales de salvaguardias. (El documento completo de recursos técnicos correspondiente está disponible en línea en http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=list&slug=technical-resources-series&Itemid=134)

Spanish PDF 4.99 MB

February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Note d'Information: Les approches nationales en matière de garanties : Expériences initiales et leçons émergentes

Note d'information du Programme ONU-REDD résumant les conclusions de la publication technique intégrale sur les approches par pays en matière de sauvegardes. Cette ressource offre une synthèse des connaissances les plus récentes sur les approches par pays en matière de sauvegardes REDD+, avec pour objectif principal de faciliter l'échange d\'informations entre pays REDD+. Les conclusions de cette première étude mondiale intègrent les résultats d'une consultation réalisée auprès de plusieurs pays ayant chacun enregistré des progrès en matière de sauvegardes. (La version intégrale du document correspondant à cette ressource technique est disponible en ligne à l\'adresse http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=list&slug=technical-resources-series&Itemid=134)

French PDF 4.82 MB

February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

REDD+ Academy Learning Journals

This comprehensive REDD+ learning resource addresses 12 key topics in REDD+: Forest, Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change; Understanding REDD+ and the UNFCCC; Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation; National Strategies and Action Plans; National Forest Monitoring Systems; Forest Reference Emission Levels; Policies and Measures for REDD+ Implementation; REDD+ Safeguards; REDD+ Finance; Approaches for Allocation of Incentives; Stakeholder Engagement; Good Governance.

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February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Country Approaches to Safeguards Tool (CAST)

The Country Approach to Safeguards Tool (CAST) provides countries with an Excel-based, interactive tool to plan and review the development of their approaches to REDD+ safeguards. CAST is designed to be voluntarily applied by REDD+ countries in order to support their planning efforts for activities related to safeguards and SIS, carried out in response to the relevant UNFCCC decisions.

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February 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Benefit and Risk Tool (BeRT)

The Benefits and Risks Tool (BeRT) supports REDD+ countries to: a) assess the social and environmental risks and benefits associated with potential REDD+ actions (also known as candidate Policies and Measures, PAMs) and b) analyse how existing policies, laws and regulations (PLRs) address the Cancun safeguards.

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January 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Informe Técnico: Sistemas de Información de Salvaguardas (SIS): Consideraciones prácticas de diseño

Informe técnico en el que se resume la publicación completa de recursos técnicos relativa a las consideraciones prácticas de diseño de los SIS, disponible aquí: http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=list&slug=technical-resources-series&Itemid=134

Spanish PDF 10.06 MB

January 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Country Approaches to Safeguards Flyer

Concise introductory summary of a conceptual framework for country approaches to REDD+ safeguards.

English PDF 1.16 MB

January 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Country Approaches to REDD+ Safeguards: A Global Review of Initial Experiences and Emerging Lessons

This technical resource publication presents an initial global overview of country perspectives, experiences and lessons learned that may be used to inform better safeguards processes and practices in the future.

English PDF 9.62 MB

January 2016
UN-REDD Programme

Sistemas de información de las salvaguardas de REDD+: consideraciones prácticas de diseño

Este recurso técnico, el primero de una nueva serie de publicaciones de recursos técnicos, contiene consideraciones prácticas de diseño para los sistemas de información sobre salvaguardias (SIS) en armonía con las necesidades de la Convención Marco de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático (CMNUCC) y aborda las siguientes cuestiones: ¿Cómo es un SIS? ¿Cómo empiezo a diseñar uno? ¿Cuánto costará crearlo y mantenerlo en funcionamiento?

Spanish PDF 15.74 MB

December 2015
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

PROYECTO DE DOCUMENTO DE EXPECTATIVAS DE LA COP 21 DE PARÍS

La Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Cambio Climático de 2015 (COP21) es un momento fundamental. Los gobiernos han fijado diciembre de 2015 como plazo para ponerse de acuerdo sobre un nuevo régimen climático para después de 2020.

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December 2015
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

PROJET DE DOCUMENT SUR LES ATTENTES DE LA COP 21 DE PARIS

La conférence de l’ONU sur le changement climatique de 2015 qui se tiendra à Paris (COP21) est un moment charnière. Les États se sont fixé comme date limite décembre 2015 pour s’accorder sur un nouveau régime climat pour la période après 2020.

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December 2015
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Expectations Paper COP21 Paris

The 2015 UN climate change conference in Paris (COP21) is a pivotal moment. Governments have set December 2015 as the deadline to agree on a new climate regime for 2020 onwards. This deal must give the world a fighting chance to avoid dangerous global temperature rises. Such an agreement needs to be fair, ambitious, and transformational. At the same time, COP21 provides an opportunity to showcase efforts that countries, the private sector, and civil society are making to combat climate change – and to accelerate and scale up these actions.

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November 2015
Brazil

The Implementation of the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ by Brazil

This is the complete version of the publication. It provides details about the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ and the process that Brazil went through as the first developing country to go through its implementation. All the submissions made by Brazil to the UNFCCC are available on this publication, as well as the reports from the technical assessments by UNFCCCC LULUCF experts that verified Brazil\'s REDD+ results. This is an important and useful resource for south-south cooperation on REDD+.

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October 2015
Brazil

REDD+ e povos indígenas

Povos indígenas estão entre os atores mais atingidos por efeitos indiretos da mudança do clima, tais como secas prolongadas, incêndios florestais, pragas e doenças. Além disso, o desmatamento em terras indígenas é menor do que em áreas com outros usos em uma mesma região, possuindo assim papel estratégico nas ações de REDD+. Troca de visões e experiências sobre REDD+ e sua interface com relação às políticas indígenas e indigenistas são de extrema importância para um delineamento eficiente de ações e garantia de seus co-benefícios. A Política Nacional de Gestão Territorial e Ambiental de Terras Indígenas (PNGATI) figura como importante marco legal para promover a proteção de recursos renováveis em terras indígenas, garantindo a qualidade de vida de suas populações.

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October 2015
Brazil

Salvaguardas de REDD+

De modo inédito, a Convenção Quadro das Nações Unidas sobre Mudanças do Clima (UNFCCC, em inglês) adotou, em sua decisão 1/CP.16, um conjunto de sete salvaguardas voltadas a REDD+ a serem adotadas e respeitadas pelos países, de modo a abordar os impactos diretos e indiretos, positivos e negativos de ações de REDD+. No Brasil, já existem ações e iniciativas no sentido de garantir e promover as salvaguardas de REDD+ e o país emprega esforços para constituir um sistema nacional de informação sobre como as salvaguardas serão tratadas e respeitadas, levando em conta as bases de dados já existentes.

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August 2015
The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

Forests and Climate Change after Lima: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

English PDF 1.62 MB

July 2015
Chile

Decisiones de REDD+ en la CoP19: Alcances en la Estrategia Nacional de Cambio Climático y Recursos Vegetacionales (ENCCRV) de Chile

Spanish PDF 733.49 KB

June 2015
EU REDD Facility

Linking FLEGT and REDD+

English PDF 1.26 MB

January 2015
Germany

Sourcebook on Monitoring Biodiversity for REDD+

The Sourcebook published by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) in collaboration with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH seeks to bring clarity to the challenge of monitoring biodiversity for REDD+ while acknowledging the need to avoid adding further complexity. The Sourcebook emphasises a phased approach to monitoring based on availability of resources, and highlights that monitoring biodiversity as part of REDD+ can help countries to achieve both their biodiversity and climate commitments more cost-effectively. Contributing to the goal of achieving multiple benefits through REDD+, the Sourcebook seeks to answer three key questions: Why monitor biodiversity for REDD+? What to monitor? How to monitor? Drawing on the literature and contributions from a wide range of experts, the Sourcebook provides a simple framework for answering these questions. Summaries of key monitoring methods are presented with best practice guidance and practical case studies drawn from REDD+ and forest projects around the world.

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January 2015
Germany

Sourcebook on Monitoring Biodiversity for REDD+

The Sourcebook published by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) in collaboration with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH seeks to bring clarity to the challenge of monitoring biodiversity for REDD+ while acknowledging the need to avoid adding further complexity. The Sourcebook emphasises a phased approach to monitoring based on availability of resources, and highlights that monitoring biodiversity as part of REDD+ can help countries to achieve both their biodiversity and climate commitments more cost-effectively. Contributing to the goal of achieving multiple benefits through REDD+, the Sourcebook seeks to answer three key questions: Why monitor biodiversity for REDD+? What to monitor? How to monitor? Drawing on the literature and contributions from a wide range of experts, the Sourcebook provides a simple framework for answering these questions. Summaries of key monitoring methods are presented with best practice guidance and practical case studies drawn from REDD+ and forest projects around the world.

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September 2014
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)

My Guide - Know Your Rights Related to REDD+: A guide for indigenous and community leaders

The Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) has produced two complementary tools - ForestDefender and My Guide - that are geared towards safeguarding forests and sustainable livelihoods. These tools apply CIEL\'s "rights-based approach," which integrates respect for human rights into laws and policies. CIEL created these resources in response to specific requests from partners, local community members, indigenous peoples. They help translate relevant international law to the national level and empower lawyers, activists, and community leaders to defend their rights and their forests.

English PDF 9.77 MB

September 2014
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)

Conozca sus Derechos Frente a REDD+ Una guía para líderes de comunidades locales y pueblos indígenas

The Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) has produced two complementary tools - ForestDefender and My Guide - that are geared towards safeguarding forests and sustainable livelihoods. These tools apply CIEL\'s "rights-based approach," which integrates respect for human rights into laws and policies. CIEL created these resources in response to specific requests from partners, local community members, indigenous peoples. They help translate relevant international law to the national level and empower lawyers, activists, and community leaders to defend their rights and their forests.

Spanish PDF 9.60 MB

July 2013
The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

Forests and Climate Change after Doha: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

English PDF 1.58 MB

February 2013
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)

Twenty-five success stories: Illustrating ITTO’s 25-year quest to sustain tropical forests

English PDF 6.60 MB

February 2013
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)

Twenty-five success stories: Illustrating ITTO’s 25-year quest to sustain tropical forests

Spanish PDF 4.40 MB

February 2013
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)

Twenty-five success stories: Illustrating ITTO’s 25-year quest to sustain tropical forests

French PDF 4.24 MB

February 2013
Montreal Process

Working together to get forest measurement right: a solution for REDD+

English PDF 473.53 KB

January 2013
Conservation International (CI)

Performance-Based REDD+ and the Role of Non-Carbon Benefits

English PDF 68.04 KB

January 2013
Conservation International (CI)

Safeguard Information Systems (SIS): An Opportunity for REDD+ Countries and Donors Alike

English PDF 209.59 KB

January 2013
Terrestrial Carbon Group

How to Include Terrestrial Carbon in Developing Nations in the Overall Climate Change Solution

English PDF 482.93 KB

December 2012
Global Observation of Forest and Land Cover Dynamics (GOFC-GOLD)

Sourcebook of methods and procedures for monitoring, measuring and reporting - COP 18 Version 1

This sourcebook is the outcome of an ad-hoc REDD working group of GOFC-GOLD (Global Observation of Forest and Land Cover Dynamics) that has been active since the initiation of the UNFCCC REDD process in 2005. It provides a consensus perspective from the global community of earth observation and carbon experts on methodological issues relating to quantifying carbon impacts of implementation activities to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation in developing countries (REDD).

English PDF 8.35 MB

November 2012
Client Earth

Statement from the safeguards working group delivered at SBSTA 37

English DOC 25.00 KB

November 2012
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

External Policy Brief: UNFCCC-COP18 - Overall Expectations for REDD+

English PDF 155.30 KB

November 2012
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), Montreal Process

Working together to get forest measurement right: A solution for REDD+

English PDF 473.54 KB

August 2012
The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

Forests and climate change after Durban: An Asia-Pacific perspective

English PDF 1.56 MB

May 2012
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

REDD-plus & Biodiversity e-Newsletter Volume 19

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February 2012
German NGO Forum on Environment and Development

Policy paper on REDDplus

The German NGO Forum on Environment and Development has recently developed a policy Paper on REDDplus.

English PDF 230.79 KB

January 2012
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

REDD-plus & Biodiversity e-Newsletter Volume 17

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October 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Submission by the CBD

A submission by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity to the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change on REDD-plus safeguards.

Spanish PDF 367.94 KB

October 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Submission by the CBD

A submission by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity to the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change on REDD-plus safeguards.

French PDF 694.02 KB

October 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Submission by the CBD

A submission by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity to the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change on REDD-plus safeguards

English PDF 194.42 KB

August 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

REDD-plus & Biodiversity e-Newsletter Volume 16

English PDF 201.16 KB

May 2011
The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

Forests and Climate Change after Lima: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

English PDF 1.38 MB

March 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Biodiversity and Livelihoods REDD-plus Benefits

The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) have published a booklet on ‘Biodiversity and Livelihoods.

English PDF 2.50 MB

March 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

La Diversidad Biológica y los Medios de Vida Beneficios de REDD-plus

The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (giz) have published a booklet on ‘Biodiversity and Livelihoods.

Spanish PDF 3.46 MB

March 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Biodiversité et moyens de subsistance Les avantages REDD-plus

The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (giz) have published a booklet on ‘Biodiversity and Livelihoods.

French PDF 3.39 MB

January 2011
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

REDD-plus & Biodiversity e-Newsletter Volume 13

English PDF 203.87 KB

June 2010
The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC)

Vietnam: Why REDD+ Needs Local People

English PDF 430.76 KB

December 2009
The Forests Dialogue (TFD)

Investing in REDD-plus, Executive summary of The Forest Dialogue consensus

English PDF 74.06 KB

December 2009
The Forests Dialogue (TFD)

Investing in REDD-plus, Consensus on frameworks for the financing and implementation of REDD-plus

English PDF 110.60 KB

December 2009
The Forests Dialogue (TFD)

Invirtiendo en REDD-plus, Resumen del Consenso del Diálogo Forestal

Spanish PDF 80.85 KB

December 2009
The Forests Dialogue (TFD)

Invirtiendo en REDD-plus, Consenso sobre marcos generales para el financiamiento e implementación de mecanismos de REDD-plus

English PDF 121.53 KB

December 2009
The Forests Dialogue (TFD)

Investir dans la REDD-plus, Résumé du consensus atteint par The Forest Dialogue

French PDF 75.73 KB

December 2009
The Forests Dialogue (TFD)

Investir dans la REDD-plus, Consensus sur les cadres de financement et de l'application de la REDD-plus

French PDF 120.92 KB

November -0001
UN-REDD Programme

REDD+ Safeguards Information Systems: Practical Design Considerations

First in a new line of technical resource publications, offering practical design considerations for safeguard information systems (SIS) in line with UNFCCC requirements, this technical resource addresses the following questions: What does a SIS look like? How do I go about designing one? How much will it cost to both build and to operate?

English PDF 14.64 MB

November -0001
UN-REDD Programme

Technical Brief: REDD+ Safeguards Information Systems: practical design considerations

Technical brief summarizing the full Technical Resource publication on SIS design considerations, available here: http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=list&slug=technical-resources-series&Itemid=134

English PDF 5.05 MB

November -0001
UN-REDD Programme

Info Brief: Country Approaches to Safeguards: Initial Experiences and Emerging Lessons

UN-REDD Programme Info Brief summarizing the findings of the full Technical Resource publication on country approaches to safeguards. This review synthesizes the state-of-the-art knowledge on country approaches to REDD+ safeguards, with the primary aim of facilitating information exchange among REDD+ countries. The findings of this initial global review were informed by a consultative process engaging a number of countries who have made progress with their country approaches to safeguards. (Full corresponding technical resource document is available online at http://www.unredd.net/index.php?view=document&alias=15044-technical-resource-series-2-country-approaches-to-redd-safeguards-a-global-review-of-initial-experiences-and-emerging-lessons&category_slug=technical-resources-series&layout=default&option=com_docman&Itemid=134)

English PDF 8.84 MB

November -0001
UN-REDD Programme

Document Technique: Système d’information sur les garanties : considérations d’ordre pratique sur la conception

Note technique résumant la publication technique intégrale sur les considérations en matière de conception de SSD, disponible ici: http://www.unredd.net/index.php?option=com_docman&view=list&slug=technical-resources-series&Itemid=134

French PDF 9.68 MB