Training Workshop on REDD+ for Decision Makers at National and Sub-National Level


Taller (workshop)


21 Jan - 22 Jan 2014

Duración del evento:

2 día


Pontianak, Indonesia


Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Governance and Law



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Otros detalles del evento:

Privado y sobre invitacion   Cara a cara    Otro Bahasa Indonesia   open to register/apply

Private events - by invitation only are reserved for a pre-determined group of participants.


Indonesia is one of five pilot countries that implement a UN CC:Learn Project on Strengthening Human Resources and Skills to Address Climate Change in 2011-2013. The projects aim at supporting countries in taking a strategic and results-oriented approach to climate change learning. The project in Indonesia is coordinated through a National Coordination Mechanism bringing together different Government sectors, national universities, private sector and civil society organizations. Through a multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral process the country developed a National Strategy to Strengthen Human Resources and Skills to Address Climate Change.

Objetivos del Evento

This workshop aims to support the implementation of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation and fostering conservation, sustainable management of forests, and enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+)  in Indonesia. The workshop covers five training modules in accordance with participants’ background and learning needs:

(1) The role of forests in adapting to and mitigating climate change 
(2) International policies and progress in REDD+ negotiations
(3) The concept of REDD+ in Indonesia
(4) National policies on REDD+
(5) Lessons learned from REDD+ initiatives on the ground.

Información Adicional

UN CC:Learn is a partnership of 33 multilateral organizations which supports Member States in designing and implementing results-oriented and sustainable learning to address climate change. The Secretariat for UN CC:Learn is provided by UNITAR. An important aspect of UN CC:Learn is to support countries develop a National Strategy to Strengthen Human Resources and Skills to Advance Green, Low Emission and Climate Resilient Development through a multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder process. During the course of 2012-2013, Benin, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Malawi, and Uganda are participating as UN CC:Learn pilot countries. Core funding for the 2011-2013 implementation phase of UN CC:Learn is provided by the Swiss Government.