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International Workshop on Nested Approaches to REDD+

Event Overview

International Workshop on Nested Approaches to REDD+

March 16, 2011 - March 17, 2011

Miami, USA

There is growing support for the idea of 'nested' approaches to REDD+ that integrate project-level or state-level actions with broader national strategies and accounting frameworks. However, for developing country policymakers, putting nesting into practice represents a series of complex decisions at a time when policy and market conditions are still very much in flux. This small, high-level workshop brought together key policy makers from developing countries with leading international experts to focus on practical, near-term actions that countries (or states) may adopt to encourage projects and private investment in a way that is consistent with broader REDD+ readiness and strategies.


This workshop was made possible by the generous support of its sponsors: USAID Translinks*, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, and the Forum on Readiness for REDD.



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Resources


International Workshop on Nested Approaches to REDD+: An Overview
Robert O'Sullivan, Climate Focus



International Workshop on Nested Approaches to REDD+: Government Regulations
Thiago Chagas, Climate Focus



Challenges and Proposals for Government Approval of REDD+ Projects: A Conceptual View in the Context of Ghana
Yaw Kwakye, Ghana Forestry Commission



Government Regulation of Nested Projects - Colombia
Lucio Andres Santos, Climate Change Mitigation Group, Ministry of Environment, Housing, and Territorial Development, Colombia



Nesting REDD+ with Subnational Registries
John O Niles, Tropical Forest Group



A Regional Approach to Baselines
Lucio Pedroni, Carbon Decisions



Brazil's Evolving REDD Architecture
Dan Nepstad, Institiuto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia (IPAM)



Towards REDD+ National Implementation: Technical and Policy Issues on Allocating Incentives and Credits
Marco Chiu, Ministry of Environment of Ecuador



Nesting State-Level Programs into National Programs: Subsidies for Building a State REDD+ System in Amazonas, Brazil
Mariano Colini Cenamo, Institute for Conservation and Sustainable Development of Amazonas, Brazil



Designing and Implementing REDD+ in Peru
Augusto Carlos Castro Núñez, Department of Climate Change, Desertification, and Water Resources, Ministry of Environment, Peru



Subnational REDD Initiatives as Building Blocks for National REDD Programs
Girma Amente, Oromia Forest and Wildlife Enterprise, Ethiopia



Governors' Climate and Forests Task Force: Activities & Experiences Related to Nesting
William Boyd, Governors' Climate and Forests Task Force



Innovative Finance: Dealing with Risk
Richard Saines, Baker & McKenzie



Opportunities for Incorporating Nesting Approaches into International REDD Framework Design Processes
Tracy Johns, Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM) and the Forum on Readiness for REDD



*This workshop was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), under the terms of the TransLinks Cooperative Agreement No.EPP‐A‐00‐06‐00014‐00 to The Wildlife Conservation Society. TransLinks is a partnership of WCS, The Earth Institute, Enterprise Works/VITA, Forest Trends and The Land Tenure Center. The contents are the responsibility of the partnership and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the US government.

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