Chatham House-RRI Dialogue on Forests, Governance and Climate Change No. 3
The third in the series of Chatham House-RRI Dialogue on Forests, Governance and Climate Change was held in Chatham House on Friday 22nd January 2010. It provided a key opportunity to discuss the implications of what was – or was not – agreed at the Copenhagen climate conference in December 2009.
The agenda included sessions on:
• Perspectives on Copenhagen: what was agreed, and what does it mean?
• Learning from the ground: addressing tenure and governance to fight deforestation and promote restoration.
• How can REDD promote better forest governance?
• What happens next? A question and answer session with a panel of experts.
All the presentations from this meeting are posted below, along with a full report of the discussions.
Emerging Lessons from the Ground with REDD-Readiness
Tom Griffiths, Forest People's Programme
Forest Sector Reforms and REDD in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Roger Muchuba, Groupe de Travail, REDD, DRC
Governance, Deforestation Control and REDD
Luis Joels, Serviço Florestal Brasileiro
How Can FLEGT be Used to Achieve REDD Objectives?
Ruth Nussbaum, ProForest
Monitoring Governance in REDD
Ros Reeve, Global Witness & Peter Holmgren, FAO
REDD Initiatives and Governance
Florence Daviet, World Resources Institute
A REDD Revolution in Copenhagen?
John Lanchbery, RSPB
REDD+ Social and Environmental Standards Initiative
Phil Franks, CARE International
LINK TO AGENDA (195k)
LINK TO MEETING REPORT (236k)