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Nepalese Indigenous Peoples Position Paper on the "Upcoming Forest Strategy, National REDD+ Strategy, National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan, and Strategic Framework on Nature Conservation"

The position paper in available in English and Nepali languages.

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Securing Rights, Combating Climate Change: How Strengthening Community Forest Rights Mitigates Climate Change

 

Securing Rights, Combating Climate Changeanalyzes the growing body of evidence linking community forest rights with healthier forests and lower carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.

This report makes a strong case for strengthening the rights of indigenous and local communities over their forests as a policy tool for mitigating climate change.

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Source: World Resources Institute

A Country-Led Safeguards Approach: Guidelines for National REDD+ Programmes

The Warsaw Framework now provides developing countries with the rules, including safeguard provisions, for operating REDD+, under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Countries seeking to implement national REDD+ programmes under the Convention must meet three safeguard-related requirements in order to access results-based finance: 1) ensure REDD+ activities are implemented in a manner consistent with the Cancun safeguards; 2) develop a system for providing information on how the Cancun safeguards are being addressed and respected; and 3) provide a summary of information on how all the safeguards are being addressed and respected throughout the implementation of REDD+. 

The guidelines can be downloaded here 

Source: http://climatelawandpolicy.com/27/our-publications

Comprehensive land-use planning-A rights-based approach: Discussion paper for addressing the land sector under the ADP

Forest loss and land use change play a significant role in climate change, contributing around one quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions. In UNFCCC discussions so far, the role of forests in mitigation has been developed first through land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) for developed countries, and then through reduced emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD+) for developing countries. There is also a limited role for LULUCF activities for developing countries in the clean development mechanism (CDM). Discussion o the role of agriculture in mitigation have been limited, with food security concerns prominent.

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Land Rights in the Post -2015 Agenda

Why?

The transformative potential of the Post-2015 development agenda/SDGs will depend on the extent to which they are able to address the structural factors that entrench continued poverty, gender inequality, exclusion, conflict, food insecurity and environmental degradation, among other issues. 

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