UN Climate Change talks in Bonn, Germany

31 May-11 June 2010

Side events with FAO participation

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

13:00-14:30
Wind room, Ministry of Environment

Forest degradation: Where are we and how can we move forward? (CIFOR-FAO Side Event)

Forest degradation has many variables. Even globally agreed definitions of forests have implications on reducing degradation. Improved policies to reduce degradation require relevant indicators, issues of scale and social aspects. This event will discuss solutions to enhance cross-site comparisons, and how to move forward.

Programme 

 

Thursday 03 Jun 2010

13:00—14:30
Rail room, Ministry of Transport

Developments in MRV and monitoring of mitigation actions and safeguard for REDD+

This side event organized by the UN-REDD Programme will cover remote sensing applications, monitoring systems in the Congo Basin, and monitoring governance safeguards. Investments in monitoring are intensifying as countries prepare for REDD+. The UN-REDD Programme and its partners assist countries in establishing robust and transparent MRV and monitoring systems.

Programme

Presentations 

Friday 04 Jun 2010

19:45—21:15
Solar room, Ministry of Environment

Demonstrating agricultural mitigation: examples from the field

A consortium of FAO, IFAD, IFAP, IFPRI the CGIAR, the Global Donor Platform for Rural Development, Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security, and the World Bank will present 3-6 case studies demonstrating field work on GHG mitigation in agriculture, including MRV issues, synergies with adaptation, and impacts on food security and livelihoods.

Agenda

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