Kishwan, J. (2011) REDD+ Negotiations: India’s Preparedness

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Presentation from the South Asian Media Briefing Workshop on Climate Change, November 2011. http://www.cseindia.org/content/cses-south-asian-media-briefing-workshop-climate-change-2011

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<ul><li>1.CentreofScienceforEnvironmentSouthAsianMediaBriefingWorkshoponClimateChangeREDD+Negotiations:IndiasPreparednessNewDelhi,1617November2011 Jagdish Kishwan Additional Director General (Wildlife), MoEF Former PCCF and HoFF, Jammu and Kashmir Former DG, ICFRE also Member, Core Negotiating Group for UNFCCCMember, Expert Group on Low Carbon Strategy for Inclusive Growth- Planning Commission</li></ul> <p>2. ConceptandPhilosophyofREDD+AnationallevelforestcarbonstocksaccountingapproachAnyscopeforprojectlevelactions? Yesforlearningandexperimentation 3. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+AgreedREDD+activitiescontributingtomitigation(para70ofAWGLCA)ReducingemissionsfromdeforestationReducingemissionsfromforestdegradationConservationofforestcarbonstocksSustainablemanagementofforestsEnhancementofforestcarbonstocks 4. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+NationalREDD+frameworkNationalstrategyofactionsNationalforestreferencelevelNationaltransparentforestmonitoringandreportingsystemInformationsystemtoreportonadherencetosafeguards 5. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+SafeguardstobepromotedandsupportedTransparentandeffectivegovernanceRightsofindigenouspeoplesandlocalcommunitiesParticipationofIPsandLCsConservationofnaturalforestsandbiologicaldiversityNoconversionofnaturalforestsReducedisplacementofemissions 6. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+NationalstrategyofactionsEnhancingandimprovingforestandtreecover(3Scenariosofinvestment)NAP(BAU:$1.11blYr1)NAP+GIM(AcceleratedScenario:$2.13blYr1)NAP+GIM+VillageForest+SubstitutionwithWood+FuelEfficientWoodStoves(AggressiveScenario:$4.46blYr1)Carbonserviceacobenefit(ratherthanoverarchingbenefit)inadditiontotimber,firewood,fodder,fiber,NTFP,water 7. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+NationalforestreferencelevelBasedonhistoricaltrendsofforestcarbonstocksEmbeddedwithgrowthtrendsofpopulationandGDP,andfutureenergydemandOpentoadditionalideas 8. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+Financingoptions(para77ofAWGLCA)Notangibleprogresssofar,countriesaskedtomakesubmissionsinPanamaIndianpositionFavoursaflexiblecombinationofmarketandnonmarketbasedmechanismsClaimforincentivizing Baselineforestcarbonstocks(fundbased) Incrementalforestcarbonstocks(market) 9. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+NationalforestmonitoringandreportingsystemEstimation,monitoring FSI+SFDsalongwithresponsibilityofforest andtreecoverassessmentReporting REDD+CellofMoEF Systemonlinesofbiennialreportingtobe developed 10. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+NationalstrategyofactionsEstimationMovetowardsmorepreciseestimatesBiomeandotherforeignmodelsgoodasstopgaparrangementImproveandfinetuneexistingmethodologiesforassessmentofforestcarbonstocksbothbiomassandSOC.UsethesemethodologiesfortestingandvalidationofmodelsUsebackgroundandknowledgeofmethodologiestodevelopindigenousmodels 11. India:ImplementingCOPDecisionson REDD+Nationalstrategyofactions:PolicySafeguardlegalandtraditionalrightsoflocalcommunities(examples JFM,CFM,FRA)Noroleforprivatesector,reiterateNospecificchangesinFMforREDD+REDD+incentivesbonus inadditiontotraditionalgoodsandservicestolocalcommunityfromforestsPolicystatementendorsing100%shareofREDD+tolocalcommunityandnoinvolvementofprivatecompaniesParticipationoflocalcommunity inassessmentandmonitoringofforestCstocksCapacitybuilding </p>

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