Developing countries exploring pathways to climate compatibility

Tag: LULUCF

AFOLU Lab

(26-27 March 2014) The Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use (AFOLU) workshop was held in Santiago, Chile. Participants from four MAPS countries (Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru) and from Argentina attended the workshop. The AFOLU Lab was a follow-up of the AgriLab (2012) and LULUCF Lab (2012) and instead of discussing modelling approaches to the sector, the country […]

Workshops  //  Posted by Installertodelete on Jun 11, 2014  //  Read more...

LULUCF Lab

(25 -27 September 2012) The Land Use, Land Use Changes and Forest (LULUCF) sector contributes significantly to many MAPS countries’ emissions. The LulucF Lab is a learning workshop focused on the mitigation and socio-economic impacts in the LULUCF sectors, with a special focus on forestry, sustainable energy use and the socio-economic implications of mitigation in this […]

Workshops  //  Posted by Installertodelete on Sep 30, 2012  //  Read more...

The future of REDD+ and the carbon market

Within the MAPS programme, countries are considering the potential role of forests in their overall climate change mitigation action plans. A recent MAPS workshop held in Iquitos (Peru), LulucF Lab, addressed this subject in depth. The rate of deforestation in many of the MAPS countries calls for strategies that could rapidly and effectively put an […]

Blogs  //  Posted by Installertodelete on Sep 30, 2012  //  Read more...

LulucF Lab: exploring mitigation scenarios and plans in the LULUCF sector

The Land Use, Land Use Changes and Forest (LULUCF) sector contributes significantly to many MAPS countries’ emissions. The LulucF Lab is a learning workshop focused on the mitigation and socio-economic impacts in the LULUCF sectors, with a special focus on forestry, sustainable energy use and the socio-economic implications of mitigation in this sector. The possible […]

News  //  Posted by Installertodelete on Sep 26, 2012  //  Read more...

Research Lab

A ResearchLab was held in Lima, during the last week of September 2011, to enhance the interaction across between researchers and stakeholders by sharing initial experiences, lessons and thinking on the MAPS process in each country.

News  //  Posted by Installertodelete on Sep 7, 2011  //  Read more...