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Indonesia REDD Demonstration Projects - Update March (2012)
01 March 2012
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Stakeholder Assessment for REDD+ Readiness Programs in Central Kalimantan - Executive Summary (2011)
15 November 2011
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There is a strong feeling among government agencies and communities in Central Kalimantan that various REDD+ programs and activities only benefit "outsiders". While local government and local civil society groups in the province expect to have more significant roles in future REDD+ planning and implementation, other parties have different opinions. These parties mostly view REDD+ activities as projects that primarily involve companies or institutions with large capital. They are involved with REDD+ due to the significant amount of funding that is becoming available. Many local parties in Central Kalimantan have yet to receive adequate information on climate change and related mitigation and adaptation initiatives and have not yet considered REDD+ activities that they could develop by themselves without waiting for a big amount of fund from external institutions. Press Release - Task Force REDD+ and Central Kalimantan Signs Cooperation on REDD+ Implementation (2011)
16 September 2011
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  Jakarta, 16 September 2011 – The Task Force for Institutional Development of REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) Agency and Government of Central Kalimantan Province undertakes cooperation on REDD+ pilot implementation in Central Kalimantan Province. Green Growth in Central Kalimantan (2011)
15 September 2011
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Social and Biodiveristy Impact Assestment (SBIA) Manual For REDD+ Projects - Part 1 - Core Guidance for Project Proponents (2011)
15 September 2011
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The Social and Biodiversity Impact Assessment Manual for REDD+ Projects (“SBIA Manual” for short) was written to help those who are responsible for the design and implementation of land-based carbon projects to monitor the ways in which their projects affect the local biodiversity and the livelihoods of the people living in and around a project site. There are various reasons why this is necessary, including the moral imperative to at least avoid negative social and biodiversity impacts, as recognized in the Safeguards agreed at the 2010 UNFCCC meeting in Cancun. Other reasons include upwards and downwards accountability, ensuring local and wider political acceptability, and a commercial rationale – many carbon offset buyers are specifically attracted to forest carbon projects because of their potential to generate social and environmental co-benefits (EcoSecurities 2010). Just as these buyers seek assurance that the offsets they buy represent real emissions reductions, they also want to know the real effect of a project on the local people and environment. Therefore, many land-based emissions reductions projects are being designed to meet multiple-benefit standards such as the Climate, Community & Biodiversity (CCB) Standards. Government of Aceh PROPOSAL as a REDD Demonstration Province (BAHASA Version) (2011)
04 April 2011
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Prosiding - Workshop Review Status Pilot REDD+ Di Indonesia (2010)
21 December 2010
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What is a REDD+ Pilot - A Preliminary Typology Based on Early Actions in Indonesia (2010)
15 November 2010
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In this infobrief, the authors propose a typology of REDD+ pilots in Indonesia based on analysis of the initial structure (in mid-2009) of 17 pilots, and discuss possible reasons for the prevalence of certain types. This typology is intended to facilitate understanding, sharing of early lessons and the design of future research on REDD+ pilots. Building the REDD+ Architecture for Sub-National Project Implementation in Indonesia (2010)
15 October 2010
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This paper examines some key issues that should be addressed during the design of a REDD+ program under the Letter of Intent. It specifically advocates the adoption of a nested, or hybrid accounting approach that allows climate gains from forest activities at the project level to be combined with those achieved from policy  interventions at the national level. Although the accounting is more complex, a nested approach takes advantage of the combined strengths of the entrepreneurial energy of projects supported by local communities, NGOs and project developers, with that of national policy actions, thus enabling larger and more rapid emission reductions. Presentation - Sub-National REDD+ under the VCS (2010)
15 September 2010
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East Kalimantan Environmentally Sustainable Development Strategy (2010)
15 August 2010
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A Guide to Learning About Livelihood Impacts of REDD+ Projects (2010)
15 June 2010
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This guide is designed for stakeholders involved in REDD+ projects who want to learn about which interventions and conditions lead to desirable outcomes, in order to ensure that their projects contribute to the improved design of the global REDD+ system(s). Specifically, this guide is for those who want to understand the implications of REDD+ for livelihoods in tropical forest regions by examining the causal effects of REDD+ projects on social welfare. The information contained in this guide should be of interest to multilateral and bilateral agencies and other donors that are funding REDD+ projects as demonstrations and pilots. For these projects to serve their purpose, rigorous impact evaluation should be planned, embedded in project design and fully funded. Our audience also includes national and regional governments funding and piloting REDD+ programmes, project proponents and non-governmental and civil society organizations tracking the impacts of projects, as well as the global research community. Map of East Kalimantan REDD Demonstration Projects
08 April 2010
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Map of West Sulawesi REDD Demonstration Projects
08 April 2010
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Map of West Kalimantan REDD Demonstration Projects
08 April 2010
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