Successful implementation of REDD+ depends not only on sufficient finance, but also on the right governance for transparent, accountable interaction. This session starts with an exploration of REDD+ finance flows from donor to recipient countries, identifying where they go and where not, analyzing what this means for decisions on REDD+ finance and its management, and drawing conclusions for further action.
Asger Strange Olesen, Global Topic Lead on Land Use and the Bioeconomy, COWI A/S, Kopenhagen, Denmark
Deciding for REDD: Will donor finance turn the trend of deforestation?
Ellysar Baroudy, Lead Carbon Finance Specialist, World Bank, Washington, D.C.
The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) and the BioCarbon Fund
Dharsono Hartono, President Director, PT Rimba Makmur Utama, Jakarta, Indonesia
Gabriel Labbate, Head UNREDD a.i., Senior Programme Officer, ONU Medio Ambiente – UN Environment. Oficina Regional para America Latina y el Caribe, Ciudad del Panama, Panama
Kaspar Wansleben, Managing Director, Forestry and Climate Change Fund
Christopher Martius, Team Leader Climate Change, CIFOR, Bogor, Indonesia