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Key components of effective private sector engagement & lessons for leveraging private sector finance. Presented at: Building REDD+ Policy Capacity for Developing Country Negotiators and Land Managers Phase III: Lessons Learned: Expert Meeting and REDD Project Field Visit April 2-5, 2012.

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Key components of effective private sector engagement & lessons for leveraging private sector finance

Presented at:Building REDD+ Policy Capacity for Developing Country Negotiators and Land Managers Phase III: Lessons Learned:Expert Meeting and REDD Project Field VisitApril 2-5, 2012

Presented by:

Anton Espira

ECO2LIBRIUM

© 2012 Eco2librium

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ABOUT ECO2:

ECO2LIBRIUM LLC

&

ECO2LIBRIUM (K) LTD

Eco2

www.eco2librium.net

  • Carbon management
  • Consulting
  • Sustainable livelihoods
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Sustainable building
  • Agro-forestry & landscape conservation

2 projects in Kenya:

Forest Again

Stoves for Life

Project development & advisory

Monitoring & evaluation

Funding, investment & credit sale

© 2012 Eco2librium

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FOREST AGAIN:

  • CCBA Gold Level
  • Reforestation of over 450 ha of degraded landscape
  • Kakamega Forest, Western Kenya
  • Originally conceptualised as REDD+
  • Reimagined due to funding constraints
  • Funded by:
  • Eco2 direct investment
  • Grants
  • Investors
  • Pre-sale of credits
  • Key players:
  • 1’ STAKEHOLDERS:
  • KFS
  • Muileshi CFA
  • PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION:
  • ECO2

© 2012 Eco2librium

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STOVES FOR LIFE:

  • Gold Standard Certified
  • Installation of over 60,000 energy efficient stoves
  • Greater Kakamega Forest ecosystem, Western Kenya
  • Originally conceptualised as REDD+ Forest Again Component
  • Reimagined to enable funding
  • Funded by:
  • Investors
  • Sale of credits
  • Partners:
  • Valonji Women’s Group
  • Kiveye Women’s Group
  • Mla Chake Women’s Group
  • Munasio Youth Group

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION = ECO2

PROJECT FUNDING = Foundation myclimate + ECO2

© 2012 Eco2librium

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CHALLENGES:

  • Why the private sector fears A/R projects?
  • Duration
  • Risk
  • Complexity
  • Funding
  • Benefit sharing mechanism
  • Red tape & regulatory structures
  • Aid paradigm
  • Representation
  • Scale
  • Awareness

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Why the private sector loves A/R projects?

  • Impact
  • Publicity
  • Perception

PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT:

  • Recognition of advantages of entrepreneurial approach
  • Enable legal & regulatory environment that attracts appropriate investment
  • Push for paradigm shift away from dependence on aid
  • Create support structures & risk sharing mechanisms
  • Seed local ecosystem

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LEVERAGING PRIVATE SECTOR FINANCE:

  • Project risk
  • Project duration
  • Stakeholders, partners & participants
  • Benefits & livelihood improvements
  • Management style, fund distribution
  • ROI
  • “Mixed bag” portfolio

What do investors consider?

© 2012 Eco2librium

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