Country Brief-Sustainable Development Goals

Date: 2017-12-04

Key Points 
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reflect a collective international ambition to conserve forests, setting universal targets including a halt to deforestation by 2020.

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Country Brief-Sustainable Development Goals

Fact Sheet-Climate Change

Date: 2017-12-04

Climate Change - The long-term impacts on forests due to climate change are not yet fully comprehended, but include permafrost melting (which reduces soil moisture) and increased incidence of forest fire.

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Fact Sheet-Climate Change

Fact Sheet-Adaption

Date: 2017-12-04

REDD+ actions can also contribute to building other types of capital, resulting in a diverse asset base.

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Fact Sheet-Adaption

Fact Sheet-Sustainable Development Goals and REDD+

Date: 2017-12-04

The REDD+ process is linked to other national level strategies and policies the most important are:

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Fact Sheet-Sustainable Development Goals and REDD+

Information Note REDD+ Stratgies

Date: 2017-12-04

Introduction
One of the seven safeguards adopted by the UNFCCC (the “Cancun Safeguards”) is the “full and effective participation of relevant stakeholders, in particular indigenous peoples and local communities”.

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Information Note REDD+ Stratgies

Information Note REDD+ Civil Society

Date: 2017-12-03

Introduction
One of the seven safeguards adopted by the UNFCCC (the “Cancun Safeguards”) is the “full and effective participation of relevant stakeholders, in particular indigenous peoples and local communities”.

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Information Note REDD+ Civil Society

Information Note REDD+Safeguards

Date: 2017-12-03

Executive Summary
The Mongolia’s Forests and Climate Programme is part of the country’s response to climate change, and is equally compatible with the country’s innovative vision for Green Development and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Information Note REDD+Safeguards

Information note REDD+ Finance

Date: 2017-12-03

Introduction
More than a decade ago, the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on on Climate Change (UNFCCC), at its 11th meeting in Montreal in 2005, started discussing approaches to reduce emissions from forests.

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Information note REDD+ Finance

Brochure

Date: 2017-12-03

Forests and Climate Change in Mongolia – Solutions and Opportunities for Improving Forest Management
Global warming and climate change are caused by human activities such as burning fossil fuels, certain types of agriculture and livestock production, and deforestation, which all release CO2 and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

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