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Laguna De Bay Carbonshed Project Idea: A Demand-Driven, Umbrella Approach to Community Carbon Finance for Environmental Projects. Global Benefits. Key Issues in Laguna de Bay. Actions. Watershed rehabilitation. CO 2. Erosion and Siltation. sequestration. Pollution Reduction and

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Laguna De Bay Carbonshed Project Idea: A Demand-Driven, Umbrella Approach to Community Carbon Finance for Environmental Projects


Global

Benefits

Key Issues in

Laguna de Bay

Actions

Watershed

rehabilitation

CO2

Erosion

and Siltation

sequestration

Pollution

Reduction and

Treatment

Pollution

(organic, nutrients,

solid waste)

CH4

CO2

N2O

emissions

reductions


Focuses exclusively on

small scale projects.

Projects must

benefit communities

and their

local environment.

CDCF

Carbonshed Project

Small scale watershed

environmental projects.

Community participation in

identification of

environmental priorities

and projects.

Should reduce transaction

costs by exploring the

use of intermediaries

and streamlined procedures.

Reduced transaction costs

through national intermediaries

LLDA: technical intermediary.

MDFO: financial intermediary.


LISCOP (component 1) Small scale watershed environmental projects

Financing

Planning

MDFO

Financial

Intermediary

LLDA

Technical

Intermediary

River Councils

Participatory

Multi-stakeholder

LGU-NG

Cost sharing

LEAP

Characterization Priority setting

Project Identification & Development

250 million PhP

……..

Siniloan

Tanay

Pillila

Binan

CERs

24 microwatersheds

25-50 projects (5 million-10 million PhP each)

in up to 24 microwatersheds

CDM eligible projects

(Carbonshed projects)

Other projects


Project types
Project Types projects

The total amount for the bundled projects will depend on choice

of and demand for subprojects:

Expected: 9,000 tons CO2/yr - 60,000 tons CO2/yr

Maximum: 150,000 tons CO2/yr


Baseline methodology and additionality for small scale projects
Baseline Methodology and Additionality projectsFor Small-scale Projects

Methodology: Streamlined CDM procedures for small-scale projects.

Exist for some proposed subprojects (biogas), may have to develop for others.

Would be incorporated as part of LEAP process and included in PDD.

Additionality: Follows small-scale additionality rules, including one of the following:

  • Investment barrier.

  • Technological barrier.

  • Barriers due to prevailing practice.

  • Other: institutional, limited information, managerial or organizational resources, financial resources, capacity to absorb new technologies.

    Would be incorporated as part of LEAP process and included in PDD.


Representative subprojects pig waste biogas project
Representative Subprojects: projectsPig Waste Biogas Project

HOG FARM WASTE GENERATION IN LAGUNA DE BAY

(kgs/year)


Organic Waste Loading projects

From Majayjay

Laguna de Bay

Balanac River

Majayjay

Ri

ver

Initian

1,200 kg/yr

Lucban

river

coconut area

7,900 kg/yr

rice area

19 households

8,100 kg/yr

coconut area

52 households

Creek

7 backyard piggeries

2 commercial piggeries

176 households

34 backyard piggeries

14 commercial piggeries

23 backyard piggeries

19 commercial piggeries


Communal Pig Waste Biogas Digesters projects

Project basics

Cost 9.8 million PhP

20 LGU-run biogas reactors for backyard piggeries

2 LGU-run biogas reactors for commercial piggeries

Baseline: Disposal of waste using current practices without collection of methane.

Emissions reduction: Reduction of methane and N2O emissions from waste and replacement of current cooking fuel use.

Small-scale additionality test:

Prevailing practice is no treatment or treatment using lagoons. Biogas collection is very uncommon and not mandated by regulations.

Other: Lack financial resources with complementary technical and information support.



Community Benefits projects

  • Reduced odors, improved sanitation.

  • Cost savings from fuel use.

  • 364.000 PhP/yr of revenues from ERs can be reinvested

  • by LGUs in environmental activities in community.


As the UMBRELLA CONCEPT is an INNOVATION projects

for the CDCF, the decision on how this approach or alternative

approaches would be undertaken will be discussed and agreed

with the CDCF and the Philippine counterparts as part of the

project preparation.

The project will act as a pilot for LdB watershed and a demonstration for other watersheds within the Philippines and therefore catalyze more emissions reductions in the country.


Project idea summary
Project Idea Summary projects

  • CDM-eligible investments in sustainable development at the community level.

  • Reduces transaction costs through umbrella approach.

  • Community ownership through demand driven, participatory approach.

  • Brings benefits of CERs to communities.


THANK YOU! projects


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