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Indonesia's REDD+ National Strategy

legislation type Executive
Strategy
Passed in 2012
The REDD+ National Strategy has been formulated with the following intent:

1. To prepare an effective institutional system to implement the REDD+ program;
2. To provide a basis and direction for integrated governance and regulatory systems to ensure the implementation of the REDD+ scheme;
3. Develop systematic and consolidated processes and approaches to save Indonesia's natural forests and the flora and fauna within them; and
4. Provide a reference for the expansion of investment in the utilization of forests and peatlands for the production of forest and/or agricultural commodities, and the provision of ecosystem services that include conservation and accumulation of carbon stocks.

Chapter 2 sets out the REDD+ National Strategy in detail:
1. Vision, mission, purpose and scope of implementation of REDD+ in Indonesia and its harmonization within the various government plans for handling climate change; and
2. The REDD+ National Strategy Framework and its five pillars: i. Development of a REDD+ institutional system; ii. Review and strengthening of policies and regulations; iii. Launching of strategic programs; iv. Shifts in paradigms and work culture; and v. Multi-stakeholder participation. 

Chapter 3 provides directions for the implementation of REDD+ strategies by the three new institutions that will be established: The REDD+ Agency, the REDD+ Funding Instrument, and the REDD+ Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Institution. 

 Chapter 4 emphasizes the need for a stage-by-stage approach to the implementation of REDD+.



Documents

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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