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inFORm Consortium International forest management. Prof Jim Lynch, OBE Director of Forestry. P. P. GLOBAL REDD+ MARKET. Total $100 bn by 2020 ($12500m pa) (3% from UK through DfID) Environmental services $250m(2%) Inventory/Satellites $125 m(1%) Legal $1250m(10%) Finance $1250m(10%)

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Inform consortium international forest management

inFORm Consortium

International forest management

Prof Jim Lynch, OBE

Director of Forestry

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Global redd market

GLOBAL REDD+ MARKET

Total $100 bn by 2020 ($12500m pa) (3% from UK through DfID)

  • Environmental services $250m(2%)

  • Inventory/Satellites $125 m(1%)

  • Legal $1250m(10%)

  • Finance $1250m(10%)

  • Countries/Communities$9625(77%)


Opportunities

Opportunities

  • DfID FGMC (Forest Governance, Markets & Climate) Programme

  • DfID /Royal Society PanAfrica Capacity Building Programme

  • EU EuropeAid

  • FAO

  • World Bank

  • Financial Institutions


International forest management

International Forest Management


Overall objectives

Overall Objectives


Capabilities

Capabilities


Inform consortium international forest management

Aims

inFORmdelivers a full package of services that, when implemented together, have a greater impact and increased efficiency


Goals

Goals

inFORmwill meet the needs of all the relevant components of REDD+ goals and objectives

REDD+ intends to reduce poverty in developing countries and address climate change issues


Specific objectives

Specific Objectives


Inform geographical experience

inFORm geographical experience


Redd and remote sensing

REDD+ and remote sensing


Capabilities remote sensing

Capabilities Remote Sensing

Optical medium and high resolution data from DMC Satellites


Global data availability continuity and comparability

Global data availability, continuity and comparability

Africa 2012

Africa 2010

Africa 2011


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Capabilities Remote Sensing

  • Radar data from TerraSARX and NovaSar

Remote sensing is the most cost efficient tool to monitor wide, non-accessible forest areas in order to report changes in forest and land use, protect forest and manage natural resources


Capabilities traceability technologies for forest products

Capabilities - Traceability technologies for forest products

Helveta’s timber tracking technology, for ground truth data and validation of remote sensed techniques.


Capabilities carbon accounting

Capabilities - Carbon Accounting


Capabilities social aspects

Capabilities – social aspects


Capabilities legal aspects

Capabilities –legal aspects


Capabilities legal aspects1

Capabilities –legal aspects


Capabilities financial aspects

Capabilities - Financial Aspects


Capabilities1

Capabilities


Capabilities2

Capabilities


Consultants

Consultants

  • Christine Lancaster, CalCarbon Ltd

  • Steve Running, Montana Univ

  • Stephen Nortcliff, Reading Univ

  • Jeff Burley, Oxford, Univ

  • Renton Righelato, Reading Univ

  • Iain Woodhouse, Edinburgh Univ

  • Hubert Hasenauer, BOKU Vienna


International advisory board

International Advisory Board

  • Prof Nigel Poole, CGIAR

  • Prof Tony Simons, ICRAF

  • Dr Gilberto Camara, INPE

    This will ensure good governance as well as giving advice


Thank you

Thank you!

[email protected]

+44(0)7557 562192


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