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Agenda:

Time

Subject

Speaker

Content

14:00-14:10

( 10’)

Amazonian Videos

* Video: Territories and Amazonian Indigenous Redd+

The territorial issue within the Amazonian Indigenous Redd+ proposal.  

14:10-14:15

( 5’)

Introduction

 

* Juan Carlos Jintiach, COICA

COICA´s decision to implement Amazon Indigenous Redd+ in 4 millions ha. Local challenges and the emergency of global alliances.

14:15-14:35

(20’)

 

Indigenous Redd+ Pilot experience  in Peru/Madre de Dios

Fermin Chimani, Amarakaire Communal Reserve (6’)

Henderson Rengiifo, AIDESEP (6’)

Dialogue with participants (8’)

 

Holistic management and emissions reduction from indigenous territories encompassing 900,000 has of threatened forests by bi-interoceanic road, colonization and gold mining.

 

14:35    a

15:10

 

(35’)

Territorial Holistic Management and Amazonian Indigenous Redd+

 

·         Finland government (6’)

·         Climate Alliance / Klimabundnis  (6’)

·         UNFCC-Secretary (6’)

·         COICA (Jocelyn Therese) (6’)

                      Dialogue with participants  (11’)

 

Strengths and and threatens to holistic management of indigenous peoples. Effectiveness and sustainability of GHE reduction in indigenous territories.

15:10-15:30

(20´)

Indigenous Redd+ Pilot experience  in Ecuador/ Morona

Francisco Shiki, FICSH (7’)

Jaime Vargas, ANAE’(7’)

Dialogue with participants (6’)

 

Holistic management and emissions reduction from the Shuar and Achuar People encompassing more of 280,000 has. of forest threatened by colonization, cattle raising and gold mining.

 

15:30-16:10

(40’)

“Early” safeguards and Amazonian Indigenous Redd+.

·         German government (7’)

·         Fair Climate, ICCO (7’)

·         ONU-REDD (7’)

·         COICA, Diego Escobar (7’)

Dialogue with participants (12’)

Guarantees to indigenous and environmental rights face to the deregulation of early safeguards and emerging carbon credits market.

 

16:10-16:30

(20´)

Indigenous Redd+ Pilot experience  in Bolivia and   Brazil

CIDOB, Adolfo Chávez (7’)

COIAB, Sonia Guajajara (7’)

 

Dialogue with participants (6’)

Holistic management and emissions reduction from indigenous territories encompassing 700,000 ha in ITANOMA (Bolivia) and 180,000 ha. in IGARAPE LOURDES (Brazil)  of forest threatened by roads, colonization, dams and biofuels.

 

16:30    a

17:05

 

(35’)

MRV and Amazonian Indigenous Redd+.

·         Swiss government (6’)

·         Conservation International (6’)

·         IPAM, Mariana Christovam (6’)

·         COICA, Juan Carlos Jintiach (6’)

 

                                     Dialogue with participants (11’)

Guarantees to indigenous and environmental rights face to the deregulation of early safeguards and emerging carbon credits market.

 

17:05-17:20

( 150’)

Indigenous Redd+ Pilot  experience in Colombia/ Inirida

Diego Escobar,  ASOCRIGUA  (7’)

                                     Dialogue with participants (8’)

Holistic management and emissions reduction from Shuar People encompassing 280,000 has. of forest threatened by colonization, cattle raising and gold mine.

 

17:20      a

18:00

 

(40’)

REDD+ finance and Amazonian Indigenous Redd+.

·         Norway government (7’)

·         Forest Investment Programme (FIP) (7’)

·         WWF, Bruce Cabarle (7’)

·         COICA , Roberto Espinoza (7’)

 

                                     Dialogue with participants  (12’)

 

Funding allocation to Amazon Indigenous REDD+ from climate funds or other mechanisms, not mainly focused on carbon offset markets.

 

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