Suzi Kerr’s (EDF) presentation on creating and modeling Climate Action Teams (CAT), and how to nest REDD+ into a CAT baseline. View here
Below are a series of presentations on New Zealand’s forest strategy:
Lizzie Cameron’s (Ministry of Primary Industries, NZ) presentation on New Zealand’s forest management strategy and forest-based mitigation measures. View here
Craig Elveridge’s (expert REDD+ Reviewer) presentation on the REDD+ technical review process and key areas for improvement. View here
Deborah Burgess’s (Ministry of Environment, NZ) presentation on how New Zealand built its Land Use Carbon Analysis System (LUCAS) and how to create a high integrity system for forest carbon. View here
This discussion slide helps readers think through how REDD+ can meet the key Article 6.2 requirements in order to use Internationally-Transferred Mitigation Outcomes. It draws attention to the areas where REDD+ will need to meet Article 6.2 requirements in a manner likely more detailed than the Warsaw Framework for REDD+. The slide encourages readers to think about how they can meet these requirements domestically, through agreeing on an approach with a partner country, etc.
In this report, Climate Advisers suggests policy structures to leverage Article 6 and natural climate solutions through international cooperation between two or more countries. We provide a guide for designing cooperative approaches through International Mitigation Partnerships using forests as an example.
In this report, Climate Advisers introduces the concept of a Contingent International Commitment (CIC), explains the benefits, and shows how countries could make use of CICs to enhance their emissions reduction targets and help bridge the “ambition gap” in the next round of updated Nationally Determined Contributions, due in 2020.