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REDD by Mind Map: REDD

1. programmes

1.1. UN-REDD Programme

1.1.1. UN-REDD Programme Team (UN-REDD PT)

1.1.2. UN-REDD Programme’s Policy Board

1.2. Forest Investment Program FIP

1.3. Global Environment Facility GEF

1.4. other REDD+ initiatives

1.4.1. operated by the World Bank

1.4.1.1. Forest Carbon Partnership Facility

1.4.1.1.1. Forest Carbon Partnership Facility Management Team (FCPF FMT),

1.4.2. by Norway

1.4.2.1. NIFCI

2. general/deforestation

2.1. export timber

2.2. international treaties

2.3. illegal cutting and trading of forests

2.4. land use

2.4.1. deforestation, forest degradation

2.5. Abatement of forest-based emissions

3. Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) - run by Worldbank

3.1. REDD+

3.1.1. forest carbon stocks

3.1.2. reducing emissions from deforestation

3.1.3. forest degradation

3.1.4. forest carbon stock conservation

3.1.5. management of forests

3.1.6. enhancement of forest carbon stocks

3.2. readiness for REDD+.

3.2.1. framework and processes for REDD+ readiness

3.2.1.1. Readiness Fund.

3.2.1.1.1. future Delivery Partners

3.2.1.1.2. Readiness Preparation Proposals

3.2.1.2. necessary policies and systems

3.2.1.2.1. national strategies

3.2.1.2.2. developing reference emission levels

3.2.1.2.3. esigning measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) systems

3.2.1.2.4. REDD+ national management arrangements

3.3. financial incentives

3.4. reference scenarios

3.4.1. reference levels

3.5. REDD+ strategy

3.6. inclusive of the key national stakeholders

3.7. monitoring systems

3.7.1. REDD+ monitoring

3.7.1.1. community-based and national REDD+ monitoring

3.8. MRV

3.9. valuation approaches for emission reductions

3.10. biodiversity conservation

3.11. livelihoods

3.12. Satellite data and monitoring systems

3.13. partners

3.13.1. financial contributors

3.13.2. forest developing countries

3.13.3. observers

3.13.3.1. indigenous peoples

3.13.3.2. civil society

3.13.3.3. international organizations

3.13.3.4. UN-REDD Programme

3.13.3.5. UNFCCC Secretariat

3.13.3.6. private sector

3.13.4. decision-making body of the FCPF

3.13.4.1. Committee

3.14. funds

3.14.1. Carbon Fund

3.14.1.1. verified emission reductions from REDD+ programs

3.14.1.2. public and private contributors

3.14.1.3. results

3.14.1.3.1. high-quality and sustainable emissions reductions

3.14.1.4. Sufficient scale of implementation

3.14.1.5. Consistency with emerging compliance standards

3.14.1.6. Diversity

3.14.1.7. Clear mechanisms

3.14.1.8. Transparent stakeholder consultations

3.14.1.9. compares to BioCarbon Fund

3.14.1.10. Readiness Package

3.14.1.11. Emission Reductions Payment Agreement

3.14.2. Readiness Fund.

3.14.2.1. future Delivery Partners

3.14.2.1.1. Inter-American Development Bank and United Nations Development Programme

3.14.2.2. Readiness Preparation Proposals

3.14.3. risk of leakage

3.14.3.1. measures to assess and minimize

4. UN REDD

4.1. UN-REDD Agencies

4.1.1. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

4.1.2. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

4.1.3. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

4.2. stragety

4.2.1. national REDD+ strategies

4.2.2. Programme Strategy

4.2.2.1. results-based joint programming

4.2.2.2. periodic work programmes

4.2.2.3. budgets

4.2.2.4. REDD+ readiness efforts

4.2.2.5. National Programmes

4.2.2.6. Global Programme

4.2.2.7. UN-REDD Programme

4.2.2.7.1. Global Programme,

4.2.2.7.2. bilateral and multilateral REDD+ efforts

4.2.3. policy approaches

4.2.4. positive incentives

4.2.5. country demand-driven initiative

4.2.6. REDD+ financing and coordination

4.2.7. REDD+ ‘life cycle.

4.2.8. criteria

4.2.9. new financial modality

4.2.9.1. Tier 2

4.3. aims

4.3.1. future REDD+ mechanism

4.3.2. build capacity to reduce emission

4.3.3. Transparency and Participation

4.3.4. conservation

4.3.5. sustainable management of forests

4.3.6. enhancement of forest carbon stocks in developing countries.

4.3.7. developing countries

4.3.7.1. embark on low-carbon, climate resilient development

4.3.8. developed countries

4.3.8.1. provide predictable and significant funding

4.3.9. supporting governments

4.3.9.1. prepare national REDD+ strategies

4.3.9.2. build monitoring systems

4.3.9.3. engage stakeholders

4.3.9.4. assess multiple benefits

4.3.10. institutional strengthening

4.3.11. Performance-based payments

4.4. phases

4.4.1. Phase 1: Development of national strategies or action plans, policies and measures, and capacity building

4.4.2. Phase 2: Implementation of national policies and measures and national strategies or action plans that could involve further capacity building, technology, development and transfer, and results-based demonstration activities

4.4.3. Phase 3: Results-based actions that should be fully measured, reported and verified

5. REDD + Partnership