Options for National Redd+ Architectures

Program for the conference at UMB may 29-31, 2013.

Options for national redd architectures

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May 29

08.30-09.00:    Registration and coffee

Session 1: Introduction to the conference    
Moderator:     Poul Wisborg (Noragric)
09.00-09.20:     Opening: Vice chancellor UMB, Hans Fredrik Hoen
                        Political advisor, Ministry of Environment, Audun Garberg.
09.20-0925:     Practical information (by the organizers)
09.25-09.45:    Arild Angelsen (UMB): Where is REDD+ heading?
09.45-11.00:     Status in participating countries – presentation by REDD Focal Points from each participating country – 8 minutes per county
                        - Brazil: Paulo José Chiarelli V. de Azevedo
                        - Democratic Republic of Congo: Patrick Bisimwa Kulimushi
                        - Ghana: Yaw Kwakye (tbc)
                        - Indonesia: Chandra Kirana
                        - Nepal: Resham Dangi
                        - Pakistan: Syed Mahmood Nasir
                        - Tanzania: Julius Ningu
                        - Uganda: Xavier Mugumya                

11.00-11.30:     Coffee break

Session 2: The potential of different national REDD+ architectures to reduce carbon emissions
Moderator:     Pål Vedeld (Noragric)
11.30-11.50:    Arild Vatn (UMB): National REDD+ architectures – the main issues.
11.50-12.30:     Maria Brockhaus (CIFOR): National REDD+ policy processes: Old or new power constellations?

12.30-13.30:     Lunch

13.30-14.00:     Question and discussion session
14.00-14.30:     Natalie Unterstell (Brazilian REDD+ Focal point): The Brazilian REDD+ architecture
14.30-14.45:   Virgilio Viana (FAS): REDD+ projects on the ground: the Bolsa Floresta Program experience
14.45-15.00:     Questions and discussion
15.00-15.05:    Introduction to group work on the overall capacities of national REDD+ architectures
15.05-17.00:     Group work 1 – incl. coffee break
17.00-17.45:     Plenary presentations and summing up

1800: Dinner

May 30

08.30-09.00:    Coffee

Session 3: Making REDD+ participatory and protective of local rights
Moderator:      Mariteuw Chimere Diaw (African Model Forest Network)
09.00-09.30:    Anne Larson (CIFOR): Does REDD+ favor securing rights at the local level? An overwiew
09.30-10.00:    William Sunderlin (CIFOR): Does REDD+ favor securing rights at the local level? Observations from 19 projects in five countries
10.00-10.30:    Question and discussion session

10.30-11.00:    Coffee break

11.00-11.40:    Edwin Vasquez (COICA): How could REDD+ serve indigenous interests? (with translation)
11.40-12.05:     George Kajembe (Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania): The REDD+ process in Tanzania: The village as an arena for defining and defending local and national interests
12.05-12.20:     Gene Birikorang, (Hamilton Resources, Ghana): State ownership vs. customary rights to forests: The challenges of legal pluralism for REDD+ in Ghana

12.20-13.20:     Lunch

Moderator:      Darley Kjosavik (Noragric)
13.20-13.50:    Question and discussion session
13.50-13.55:     Introduction to group work on REDD+ on participation and protection of local rights
14.00-16.00:     Group work 2 – incl. coffee break
16.00-17.00:     Plenary presentations and summing up

1800: Dinner

May 31:

08.30-09.00:    Coffee

Session 4: What to pay for and how?
Moderator:      Maryanne Grieg Gran (IIED)
09.00-09.25:      Desmond McNeill (University of Oslo): REDD+: What should be measured?
09.25-09.50:    Esteve Corbera (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona): Distributional implications of payments for ecosystem services
09.50-10.20:     Adrian Enright (SNV, Vietnam): What payment systems for REDD+ do local people favor? Experiences from Vietnam
Gorettie N. Nabanoga  and Justine Namaalwa  (Makerere University, Uganda): What payment systems for REDD+ do local people favor? Experiences from Uganda
10.20-10.50:    Question and discussion session

10.50-11.20:    Coffee break

11.20-11.50    Chandra Kirana (Indonesia REDD Task Force): How to monitor and pay? The Indonesian experience
11.50-12.05:     Questions and discussion
12.05-12.10:     Introduction to group work on payments and measuring outcomes

12.10-13.10:     Lunch

13.10-14.40:     Group work 3
14.40-15.25:     Plenary presentations and summing up
15.25-15.55:     Coffee break

Session 5: Final discussion – round table
Moderator:      Desmond McNeill (University of Oslo)
16.00-17.00:     Closing round table

1800: Dinner

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