Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation through Alternative Landuses in Rainforests of the Tropics

Deliverables reports

List of submitted deliverables reports:

  • D.1.1: Forest-cover change maps for study sites. [pdf ]
  • D.1.2: Statistical econometric models of causes of deforestation/reforestation for study sites. [pdf  ]
  • D.2.1: Publication and policy brief on quantification of aboveground C stock loss due to land use change in the benchmark area. [pdf ]
  • D.2.2: Publication and policy briefs on the abatement cost curves relating past GHG emissions to the economic gains they allowed. [pdf ]
  • D.3.1: Geographic bias of field observations of soil carbon stocks with tropical land-use changes precludes spatial extrapolation.[pdf ]
  • D.3.2: Changes in soil CH4 fluxes from the conversion of tropical peat swamp forests: a meta-analysis. [pdf ]
  • D.4.1: Graphical overview of the global forest governance architecture. [pdf ]
  • D.4.2: Report on the interlinkages between forestry related regimes. [pdf ]
  • D.4.3: Generic table of forest policy options. [pdf ]
  • D.5.1: Simple robust model for IPCC AFOLU Tier 3 national accounting of at least two of the study countries. [pdf ]
  • D.6.1: Publication and policy briefs on the way local perspectives on REDD can be compared with those at the international negotiation table and used in quantitative scenario models. [pdf  ]
  • D.6.2: Publication and policy briefs on the stakeholder perspectives on ‘fair and efficient’ benefit distribution along the CREDD value chain. [pdf ]
  • D.7.1: Scientific reporting and financial information submitted to European Commission. [pdf ]
  • D.7.2: First annual project meeting, Indonesia. [pdf ]
  • D.7.2: Second annual project meeting, Peru. [pdf ]
  • D.7.2: Third annual project meeting, Vietnam. [pdf ]
  • D.7.3: Website, information sheets, technical reports, scientific papers. [pdf ]

List of deliverables to be submitted:

 Number   Title Delivery date
D.1.3 Scientific papers submitted to peer-reviewed journals describing generic pathways of deforestation and reforestation for study sites, based on empirical evidence. Oct 2012
D.2.3 Recommendations on the design of national monitoring systems relating the costs of monitoring to the expected benefits of higher quality of data. Oct 2012
D.3.3 Scientific papers submitted to peer-reviewed journals describing regional studies on changes in SOC stocks following deforestation and CH4, N2O emissions from land use changes in the tropics. Oct 2012
D.4.4 Comprehensive report on results from regional case studies. Oct 2012
D.4.5 Final report including the REDD global policy model, popularised version, and scientific papers. Oct 2012
D.5.2 CHE model tested for historical changes, and able to respond to climate change, REDD policy levers, and shifts in global food crop vs. bioenergy demand. April 2012
D.5.3 Emission reduction estimates for 2020 under various scenarios for at least two of the study countries. April 2012
D.5.4 Recommendations to policy, land-managers, and other stakeholders regarding deforestation. Oct 2012
D.5.5 Popularized publication in stakeholder literature and in media directed at the general public. Oct 2012
D.5.6 Scientific papers submitted to peer-reviewed journals. Oct 2012
D.6.3 Publication(s) on participatory scenario analysis of plausible REDD mechanisms in benchmarks in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Oct 2012
D.7.4 International end-of-project conference. Oct 2012