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Reports & Analysis


The Triple Bottom Line: Making the Case to Link REDD+ and Green Economy


A new global report, REDD+ in a Green Economy, is being developed to improve understanding and knowledge about how REDD+ and a green economy transition are mutually beneficial.


REDD+ in a Green Economy, scheduled to be completed by January 2014, will come at an opportune time to help steer REDD+ investments in a way that aligns with green growth strategies to generate high returns. Based on scientific research and lessons learned from pilot projects in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, the report will provide key decision-makers with a rationale for linking REDD+ investments and activities with green economy efforts. In this context, the report will in particular focus on the role of integrated land-use planning for capturing environmental, economic and social benefits from REDD+ investments.  It will serve as a high-level reference document to guide informed, data-driven policy planning and evaluation.

The report will be produced by a working group of international experts that was established by the UNEP International Resource Panel at a meeting in Berlin, Germany, in April. Their work will build on case studies, strategic dialogues, and analyses of challenges and opportunities to be discussed at a Global Symposium on REDD+ in a Green Economy taking place 19-21 June in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The draft proposal of the study on REDD+ in a Green Economy is available here.

 

 

 

 

In this issue

News

Mongolia’s Forest Sector is Good Value for Money

First Regional Workshop on Tree Allometric Equations in Africa

Establishing a National Greenhouse Gas Inventory System in Ecuador

Ecuador Hosts First Regional Workshop on National Forest Monitoring Systems

Mexico Consults FAO Experts to Enhance its Forests Monitoring and Reporting Through Better Image Processing Techniques

UN-REDD Photo Contest Nurture Forests for the Future – REDD+ for Food

UN-REDD Newsletter Survey

Features & Commentary

Valuable Breakthrough in Indonesia’s Efforts Towards Improved REDD+ Governance
By: Tina Hageberg, Dr. Abdul Wahib Situmorang and Emelyne Cheney

Reports & Analysis

The Triple Bottom Line: Making the Case to Link REDD+ and Green Economy

Launch of National Forest Monitoring Systems: Monitoring and Measurement, Reporting and Verification (M & MRV) in the Context of REDD+ Activities

New Report on Forest Related Trade Opportunities in a Green Economy

Two New Go-REDD+ Issues from UN-REDD in Asia-Pacific

Looking ahead

UNFCCC SBSTA & SBI 38
3-14 June 2013, Bonn, Germany

Global Symposium on REDD+ and Green Economy
19-20 June 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia

Tenth UN-REDD Programme Policy Board Meeting
26-27 June 2013, Lombok, Indonesia

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