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Call for Paper Pre-Event of the 3rd Asia Pacific Rain Forest Summit (APRS) Scientific Dialogue on REDD+ Implementation at Sub-National Level: Challenges and Opportunities
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CALL FOR PAPER

Pre-Event of the 3rd Asia Pacific Rain Forest Summit (APRS)

Scientific Dialogue on REDD+ Implementation at Sub-National Level: Challenges and Opportunities

 Hotel Alana Yogyakarta, 22 April 2018

 

Background

Successful implementation of REDD+ needs to strongly involve stakeholders at sub-national level.  At the national level, several components of REDD+, e.g. safeguard, Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV), Forest Reference Emission Levels (FREL), and National Forest Monitoring System have been established. However, there are challenges in implementing REDD+ at sub national level including: (1) REDD+ architecture at sub national levels to comply with the national level needs to be developed; (2) national management arrangements need to be aligned with sub-national agencies at the province, district, and sub-district; (3) coordination of  sub-national REDD+ working groups needs to be improved; (4) community institutions to facilitate partnerships need to be improved; and (5) the capacity of Forest Management Units (FMUs) to support REDD+ at field implementation needs to be enhanced. In addition, there is a gap in understanding policies and technical aspects of REDD+ between national and sub-national levels.

Strong efforts have been undertaken by national and sub-national teams to tackle the issues, covering continues coordination between national and sub-national working groups, improvement and synergy of REDD+ policies at all levels, and strengthening capacity of personnel involved in REDD+ at sub-national entities. At the field level, demonstration activities have also been conducted at several locations across the country, and they have produced useful results, including: (1) development of an avoided deforestation methodology for peat lands; (2) experiences with district level REDD+ approaches; and (3) inputs into the development and field testing of a national forest carbon accounting system.  From the study, Indonesia has been recognised as a good example of REDD+ implementation at sub-national levels. The long process needs to be shared with decision makers (government and private companies), partners, colleagues, scientists and researchers, and other participants.

Objective

The objective of the meeting is to share experience about REDD+ implementation at sub-national level, including challenges and opportunities, that can be learnt for implementing REDD+ in other sub-nationals across Indonesia.

Resource persons

The speakers and themes of the seminar are as follows:

No.

Theme

Speaker

1.

 

Linking REDD+ to NDC: Making REDD+ works for mitigating and adapting to climate change

Dr. Nur Masripatin

2.

Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing REDD+ at Sub-national Level: A political economy approach

DG of Forestry and Environment Research, Development and Innovation Agency

3.

Designing Appropriate System in Implementing REDD+ at Sub-national Level

Head of REDD+ Division

4.

Potential role of PROKLIM for REDD+ implementation

Director of Climate Change Adaptation

5.

Preparing Sub-national Stakeholders in Implementing REDD+: Learning from FCPF-Readiness Fund in Indonesia

FCPF

6.

Preparing the Implementation of REDD+ in East  Kalimantan: the FCPF Carbon Fund Process

Chairman of East Kalimantan Regional Climate Change Council (Prof. Daddy Ruhiyat)


Venue

The seminar will be organised at Hotel Alana (Wisanggeni Antareja Room), Yogyakarta, Sunday, 22 April 2018 (pre-event 3rd Asia Pacific Rainforest Summit).

 

AGENDA 

Pre-Event of the 3rd Asia-Pacific Rain Forest Summit (APRS)

Scientific Dialogue on REDD+ Implementation at Sub-National Level:

Challenges and Opportunities

Hotel Alana, Yogyakarta, 22 April 2018

(Wisanggeni Antareja Room) 

Time

Agenda

PiC

Remarks

10.00 – 12.00

Scientist gathering:

Sharing experience about REDD+ implementation at Maluku

APIKI

Dr. Mahawan Karuniasa

12.00 – 12.30

Registration

 

 

12.30 – 13.00

Lunch (provided)

 

 

13.00 – 13.10

Welcoming remarks by Director, Center for Research and Development on Social, Economy, Policy and Climate Change

Dr. Syaiful Anwar

MC

13.10 – 13.30

Opening Remarks by Director General of Research, Development and Innovation Agency

Dr. Agus Justianto

13.30 – 16.00

Linking REDD+ to NDC: Making REDD+ works for mitigating and adapting to climate change

Senior Adviser to Ministers for Climate Change Control and International Conventions

(Dr. Nur Masripatin)

Chair persons:

Dr. Syaiful Anwar

 

Co-chair: Dr. Mahawan Karuniasa (APIKI)

Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing REDD+ at Sub-national Level: A political economy approach

Director General of Research, Development and Innovation Agency

(Dr. Agus Justianto)

Designing Appropriate System in Implementing REDD+ at Sub-national Level

Head of REDD+ Division

(Novia Widyaningtyas, S.Hut.,M.Sc)

Potential role of PROKLIM for REDD+ implementation

Director of Climate Change Adaptation

(Dra Sri Tantri Arundhati, M.Sc)

Preparing Sub-national Stakeholders in Implementing REDD+: Learning from FCPF-Readiness Fund in Indonesia

Forest Carbon Partnership Facility- FCPF

(Dr. Niken Sakuntaladewi)

Preparing the Implementation of REDD+ in East  Kalimantan: the FCPF Carbon Fund Process

Chairman of East Kalimantan Regional Climate Change Council (Prof. Daddy Ruhiyat)

16.00 – 16.30

Discussion

 

16.30 – 16.45

Wrap up

 

16.45 – 17.00

Closing

Dr. Syaiful Anwar


Participants

Participants will approximately be 80 persons, including:

  1. Dr. Nur Masripatin
  2. Dr. Agus Justianto, DG of FOERDIA
  3. Ministry of Environment and Forestry:
  4. Provincial Governments(Sumbar, Sumsel, Maluku, NTB, Sulut, Jambi, Kaltim)
  5. Regional Climate Change Council of East Kalimantan
  6. National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas)
  7. Universities (Unmul, Unpatti, Universitas Jambi, UI, IPB, UGM)
  8. Partners/NGOs/Donor/International Agencies

-      TNC

-      GGGI  

-      Birdlife

-      WWF

-      World Bank

-      APIKI

Voluntary Paper

Participants are invited to submit a voluntary paper (English or Bahasa Indonesia) related to the topic of the meeting (paper is not presented in the seminar). Selected paper will be published in a Proceeding and/or Journals (Jurnal Analisis Kebijakan Kehutanan/Journal of Forestry Policy Analysis and Jurnal Penelitian Sosial dan Ekonomi/Forestry Socio and Economic Research Journal). Abstracts/papers submission should be sent no later than 15 April 2018 to Ms Wahyuning Hanurawati, email: publikasipuspijak@yahoo.co.id.

Budget: P3SEKPI (FCPF and PUI), Sekretariat BLI

MC: Galih

 
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