REDD+ Mongolia

Reducing emissions from deforestation

Reducing emissions from forest degradation

Conservation of forest carbon stocks

Sustainable management of forests

Enhancement of forest carbon stocks

What is REDD+ ?

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What is REDD+?
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation is an effort to
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UNFCCC
The UNFCCC stands for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
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REDD+ Mongolia
As a signatory to both the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC, in
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Management Structure
There are currently no existing institutional structures that can address the activities
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Greeting of National Programme Director

Dear Respected Stakeholders & Partners,

Монгол Улс дэлхий нийтийн хөгжлийн чиг хандлага, өөрийн орны өвөрмөц онцлогт тулгуурласан Ногоон хөгжлийн бодлогоо 2014 онд батлан хэрэгжүүлж байгаа билээ. Монгол Улсын хөгжлийн тулгуур бодлогыг тодорхойлсон энэхүү өндөр ач холбогдолтой баримт бичгийг бодит амьдралд хэрэгжүүлэх үйл ажиллагааг зохион байгуулах, бодлогын удирдамжаар хангах, үлгэрлэн манлайлах хүндтэй, хариуцлагатай үүрэг бидэнд ноогдож байна. Байгалийн унаган төрхөө хадгалсан …

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TUNGALAG.M
National Programme Director

UN-REDD Mongolia National Programme

The UN-REDD Programme is the United Nations Collaborative Initiative on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD) in developing countries. The Programme was launched in 2008 to assist developing countries prepare and implement national REDD+ strategies, and builds on the convening power and expertise of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

PREPARATION STAGE

Each country prepares a plan on REDD+ policy, activities and actions in collaboration with strategic stakeholders. Also, national capacity for REDD+ is built, and policies in regards to REDD+ identified and tested.

IMPLEMENTATION STAGE

Implementation and testing of plans, policies and strategies developed during the preparation stage. This stage will include testing the result-based activities, further strengthening capacity, initiating and testing new technology.

RESULT-BASED STAGE

Implementation of REDD+ Programme’s result-based activities at the National level, evaluation, reporting and verification of results.

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REDD+ Mongolia

REDD+ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Forest-Sustainable Development Council

 As mentioned above, the CSO/LC Forum has been established as the primary mechanism to facilitate direct input from civil society to the implementation of the Roadmap. The CSO/LC will also serves as the principal outreach and communication platform for the development of the National REDD+ Strategy, and later serve to provide CSO/LC input during the Strategy’s implementation.

Programme Management

Unit

The National REDD+ Programme Unit will be responsible for the operational work and day-to-day management of the National REDD+ Strategy and will include the coordination, communication, financial management and attendance to administrative matters as needed. It will also support the work of the Taskforce (to be formed).