Projects, Products and Measurement Reporting

May 2, 2010
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This session will identify key roadblocks, priority action areas and research/capacity building needs around the measurement of carbon.

Panel

  • REDD Carbon Measurement, National Inventories, Nested and Sectoral Approaches
    Joerg Seifert-Granzin, Forest Carbon Consultant, Forest Trends
  • How Projects Measure Up: Key Successes of REDD+ Projects and Lessons Learned for Design and Evaluation of REDD+ Activities
    Adam Gibbon, Climate Initiative Technical Specialist, Rainforest Alliance
  • Regional REDD, Governance and Leakage Issues
    Gary Bull, Professor, University of British Columbia

Resources

REDD Carbon Measurement, National Inventories, Nested and Sectoral Approaches

Joerg Seifert-Granzin , Forest Carbon Consultant, Forest Trends

Joerg Seifert-Granzin explains how future REDD implementation framework should look like while providing insight on how to share benefits from REDD with different stakeholders. In addition to giving examples of various measurement approaches in different countries, Joerg also describes 6 categories for dealing with inconsistencies between project based approaches, national approaches and sub-national activities.

Click here for video of Joerg Seifert-Granzin ‘s Presentation

How Projects Measure Up: Key Successes of REDD+ Projects and Lessons Learned for Design and Evaluation of REDD+ Activities

Adam Gibbon, Initiative Technical Specialist, Rainforest Alliance

Click here for video of the side meeting with Adam Gibbon

PDF Click here to download the PowerPoint presentation

Regional REDD, Governance and Leakage Issues

Gary Bull, Professor, University of British Columbia

Gary Bull explains the problems of leakages and proposes solutions on how to tackle the issue while stressing that international leakage should be the main focus. He presents two types of trade models, and explains that engaging key stakeholders from government, industries, and NGOs is key to solving the problem.

Click here for video of Gary Bull’s Presentation

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