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REDD Web Platform
 

Welcome to the REDD information sharing web platform.

The COP has invited Parties, relevant organizations and stakeholders to support ongoing efforts, capacity building, demonstration activities and mobilization of resources relating to reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries and to share the outcomes of these efforts with the SBSTA by providing corresponding information to the secretariat. In pdf-icon decision 2/CP.13 the COP also requested the secretariat to develop a web platform where this information will be made available.

The information shared on this web platform can be accessed through three entry points:

Parties, relevant organizations and stakeholders are encouraged to submit information relating to reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD) to this web platform. Information can be submitted in the form of plain text, PDF documents, and hyperlinks. Whenever sending PDF documents or hyperlinks it would be appreciated if you also added a short textual description (1-3 sentences).

In addition, the COP through its decisions agreed to make available information and reports relating to REDD-plus implementation on this platform. These include:

  • Information on forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels, including submissions with proposed forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels (pdf-icon decision 12/CP.17);
  • The summary of information on how all of the safeguards referred to in decision 1/CP.16, appendix I, are being addressed and respected throughout the implementation of the activities referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70 (pdf-icon decision 12/CP.19);
  • The final report of the technical assessment of forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels (pdf-icon decision 13/CP.19);
  • The technical report by the LULUCF experts included in the technical team of experts for the international consultation and analysis of results-based actions reported in a technical annex to the biennial update reports (pdf-icon decision 14/CP.19);
  • Results of the work by Parties, relevant organizations, and the private sector and other stakeholders to address drivers of deforestation and forest degradation (pdf-icon decision 15/CP.19).

Please submit information and/or any queries/feedback on this web platform to the following e-mail address:
< redd_webplatform@unfccc.int >

Please also read the terms and conditions on use of and access to information on this web platform.

 
Forest Reference Emission Levels / Forest Reference Levels
 

Submissions from Parties on proposed forest reference emission levels and/or forest reference levels. Find more information here.

 
 REDD Discussion Forum
 

The REDD interactive discussion forum was developed following a request from SBSTA 32 to enhance sharing of information, experiences and lessons learned on the use of the IPCC guidance and guidelines. All experts interested to participate in such discussions are welcome to register through the following link:
REDD Discussion Forum

Forum
 
Background information on the agenda item
 
Background

The agenda item on “Reducing emissions from deforestation in developing countries and approaches to stimulate action” was first introduced into the COP agenda at its eleventh session in Montreal (December 2005).
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 Meetings and Events
 
 

Calendar with meetings and events related to REDD

Meetings and Events

 
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UNFCCC documents
UNFCCC documents relating to REDD, including:
   * Key decisions
   * Workshop reports
   * Technical papers
   * Submissions
 
Warsaw Framework for REDD-plus

COP 19 adopted the 7 decisions of the Warsaw Framework for REDD-plus (WFR)