Forests and Climate Change After Durban: An Asia-Pacific Perspective
Welcome to Navsarjan focus on implications for the forestry sector in the Asia Pacific region The report s content is the product of a specialist workshop held in the Philippines during February 2012 the event was organized by the Centre for People and Forests RECOFTC the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO and CoDe REDD The report consists of responses to 13 key questions which were discussed during the specialist
REDD+ in Asia-Pacific: Are Capacity Building Services Meeting Countries' Needs?
Welcome to Navsarjan capacity building services available for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation REDD readiness in Asia Pacific countries It begins with an overview of capacity building service providers and then assesses the leading providers currently operating The report concludes by offering recommendations for policy makers development partners and service providers Recommendations relate to raising awareness through media coverage a lack of capacity building in the natural resource sector inadequate support
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What is a REDD+ Pilot?
Welcome to Navsarjan Indonesia It begins by discussing early REDD pilots in Indonesia and then provides a comprehensive typology of REDD activities in Indonesia The brief continues with a discussion of the motivation behind different pilot models and the following section outlines research needs and implications of REDD design in Indonesia The brief concludes by arguing that the REDD pilot activities discussed illustrate challenges and a need to reform existing institutional regulatory and
Adaptive Collaborative Management Can Help Us Cope With Climate Change
Welcome to Navsarjan Forestry Research CIFOR is a participatory approach designed to link forest stakeholders empower local communities and strengthen adaptive capacity The brief begins by outlining how climate change adaptation and mitigation initiatives have opened up new opportunities and challenges for communities living in and around forests It then goes on to discuss ACM in more detail before providing examples of case studies where ACM has been utilized successfully The brief concludes
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REDD+ Politics in the Media: A Case Study From Indonesia
Welcome to Navsarjan newspapers and a series of expert interviews It is argued that Indonesia s REDD discourse revolves primarily around land use where REDD conservation is pitted against economic growth fuelled by land use change Media analysis demonstrates that the Ministry of Forestry and Environment dominates debate at the national level but their land use objectives diverge from other ministries It is also asserted that NGOs are split over the capacity for
Addressing Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Tropical Wetland Systems of Indonesia
Welcome to Navsarjan from peatland and mangrove forests and outlines the research themes of an international workshop held in Bali during April 2011 The brief makes the following recommendations 1 the roles of tropical wetlands are currently understated in IPCC Guidelines and the scientific community should aim to overcome knowledge gaps to rectify this issue 2 carbon rich tropical wetlands must be understood as high priorities in climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies
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International Public Finance to Address Climate Change in Indonesia – Lessons for the Future of European Development Cooperation
Welcome to Navsarjan makes recommendations for future European Union EU climate finance operations The Cancun Agreements 2010 state that developed countries should transfer new and additional finance for developing countries to address climate change This transfer of funds is set to reach 100 billion by 2020 and this raises questions regarding the manner in which this funding will operate The brief discusses aid effectiveness in relation to climate finance and outlines the key
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MSI Mobile Outreach Services Retrospective evaluations from Ethiopia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sierra Leone and Viet Nam.
Welcome to Navsarjan from Ethiopia Myanmar Pakistan Sierra Leone and Viet Nam A service evaluation was conducted across five MSI mobile outreach programmes Ethiopia Myanmar Pakistan Sierra Leone and Viet Nam The study provides information to programmes on whether MSI mobile outreach services provide consistently high quality services for poor women living in rural settings and focused on women with IUDs or implants fitted Results from the study provide insight into the demographic
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