Watch this Discussion Forum on the second day of the Global Landscapes Forum 2015, in Paris, France alongside COP21. This session focuses on experiences that link land tenure and the procedural rights of stakeholders to participate in programs, the role of equity and rights considerations in the design of benefit distribution mechanisms, and low cost approaches to document resource rights in REDD+ implementation. It explores why equity and resource tenure security are important for the effectiveness and sustainability of REDD+, as well as for increasing non-carbon benefits, and will address practical implementation and design measures. S
Moderator:James Murombedzi, Climate and Resource Governance Specialist, UN Economic Commission for Africa
Phil Franks, Senior Researcher, IIED
Liliana Lozano, Program Manager, Forest Investment Program’s Dedicated Grant Mechanism, WWF Peru
Andrea Quesada, Consultant, IIED
Matt Sommerville, Chief of Party, USAID Tenure and Global Climate Change
William Sunderlin, Principal Scientist, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Grace Wong, Senior Scientist, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Sunday, 6 December 2015
Global Landscapes Forum, Paris, France
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