Lessons from Developed Country Land Use Change and Forestry Greenhouse Gas Accounting & Reportingby Florence Daviet, Lauren Goers Williams and Kemen Austin - December 2009
This working paper analyzes developed country experience to date in relation to implementation of the LULUCF (land use, land use change and forestry) provisions of the Kyoto Protocol.
Crystal Davis, Florence Daviet, Smita Nakhooda, Instituto do Homem e Meio Ambiente da Amazonia (IMAZON) and Instituto Centro de Vida (ICV) - September 2009
Building Readiness for REDD by Supporting Developing Countries in the Fight Against Illegal Loggingby Florence Daviet - August 2009
If reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) is to work effectively, developing countries will need support to build the capacities required for enforcing their own laws and regulations. At present, timber production that violates the developing country’s own laws both...
The Role of Sustainable Development Policies and Measures in REDDby Florence Daviet - March 2009
This report looks beyond quantifying emissions reductions at a more flexible approach for recognizing mitigation actions being taken by developing countries in the forest sector. This approach ensures that countries with high historical emissions are not necessarily favored for support, and it...
by Crystal Davis, Florence Daviet, Smita Nakhooda and Alice Thuault - February 2009
The first step for developing countries to access financing under the Readiness Mechanism of the World Bank Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) is the development of a Readiness Plan Idea Note (R-PIN). This paper considers the extent to which R-PINs approved by the FCPF trust fund...