The Results Bar

At the Oslo REDD Exchange 2013 Results Bar, 15 organizations and projects have been chosen to present results from their excellent work that has been carried out with Norad support during the last years. 

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The projects

The Norwegian Climate and Forest funding to civil society is an important part of the overall NICFI strategy. From 2009 to 2012 46 projects were supported and contributed in various ways to the work on REDD+.

The projects were selected out of the following criteria:

  • They were concrete and had significant results and / or impacts 
  • They were inspirational
  • They serve as good examples with potential for learning and transferability

The stand will be at the conference venue, and each organization is given the opportunity to display their lessons learned and results to conference participants.

 

The organizations and projects chosen to present their results at the Oslo REDD Exchange 2013 Results Bar are:

Organization Project title and background material
Amazon Conservation Association (ACA) Regional REDD Policy and Working Models for Indigenous Communities in the Peruvian Andes-Amazon Interface: Implications for National Baseline
Care Norway REDD + Social and Environmental Standards Initiative: Phase 3 – Expansion and Integration

REDD+ SES Experiences for Oslo 25.10.13
REDD Standards Experiences Fact Sheet 22.10.13
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Bogor, Indonesia Learning from REDD: A Global Comparative Analysis (Phase I) and Learning from REDD+: An Enhanced Global Comparative Analysis (Phase II)
Conservation International (CI) Building integrated national to local REDD+-readiness in Peru and Madagascar 
Governors’ Climate & Forest (GCF) Task Force Secretariat 2013 Brazil Course to Enhance Knowledge on REDD+ through the GCF Training Program for Jurisdictional REDD+

GCF Brochure 2013 - 2014
GCF Secretariat Report 2013
Training Report (in English)
GLOBE International GLOBE Forest Legislation Initiative 
International Center for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF) World Agroforestry REALU – Reducing Emissions from All Land Uses – a whole landscape approach to reducing emissions 
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and Norwegian University of Life Sciences Poverty and sustainable development impacts of REDD architecture: options for equity, growth and the environment 
The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Project Leaf – Law Enforcement Assistance for Forests – Combating illegal logging and organized forest crimes 
Rainforest Foundation Norway Supporting indigenous and forest-dependent peoples’ interests:
The interests of indigenous and forest-dependent peoples are integrated in REDD+ frameworks as a result of civil society capacity building and increased participation.
The Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC) Grassroots capacity building program for REDD+ in Asia-Pacific Region

RECOFTC Grassroots Project - An Introduction
RECOFTC Grassroots Project - Result Sheet
Samdhana Institute Supporting preparedness and engagement of indigenous peoples, local communities, community based organisations and local NGO’s in REDD policy development and pilot projects in Indonesia 
Transparancy International (TI) PAC REDD: Civil Society Capacity Building for Preventative Anti-Corruption Measures in REDD 
The Nature Conservatory (TNC) Community Involvement and Benefit Sharing in REDD Program Development” and “Sustainable Landscapes in Brazil and Indonesia

Oslo Presentation
World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) REDD+ for People and Nature 

Click here to read more about the specific results reported by these organizations between 2009 and 2012.