REDD+ for people and nature, phase II

The project will consolidate and build upon results from the former Norad-funded projects with the overall goal to catalyse REDD+ governance and financing systems that provide incentives for replicating sustainable forest management and low carbon development at scale. 

Organization

WWF - “World Wide Fund for Nature”

Impacts

Budget

Total for 2013-2015:

40 000 000 Norwegian kroner

The project is based upon two former Norad-funded projects from 2010-2013:

37 500 000 Norwegian kroner

To catalyse REDD+ governance and financing systems that provide incentives for replicating sustainable forest management and low carbon development at scale. 

Outcomes

  1. CONSOLIDATING JURISDICTIONAL REDD+ - Jurisdictional REDD+ frameworks are developed in at least three priority landscapes and nested within national REDD+ /Low Carbon Development (LCD) frameworks that support payment for performance-based incentives
  2. REPLICATING JURISDICTIONAL REDD+ - Replication started in one additional landscape nested within national REDD+ /LCD frameworks
  3. NATIONAL REDD+/LCD FRAMEWORKS AND JURISDICTIONAL REDD+ LINKED – At least one national REDD+ /LCD framework meets WWF 5 Principles and integrates subnational REDD+ programs that support performance-based incentives
  4. REGIONAL REDD+ COOPERATION - At least two REDD+ agreements support regional coordination and learning to improve the implementation of REDD+ and to manage cross border risks (e.g. leakage).
  5. REDD+ LESSONS INFLUENCE REDD+ POLICY AND IMPLEMENTATION - Key strategic lessons and practices from national and subnational REDD+ activities have been gathered and disseminated to REDD+ practitioners and decision makers to influence REDD+ frameworks and global implementation. 

Implementers

WWF Forest and Climate Initiative and partners.

Published 23.10.2013
Last updated 16.02.2015