The evolution of REDD+ towards jurisdictional and nested approaches can present countries and forest stewards with the opportunity to scale climate action, and access to global carbon markets can be a key pathway towards achieving this ambition. This event will explore how these actors can meet requirements to enter the voluntary carbon market, including new methodological approaches for project-scale REDD+ and emerging consensus on high integrity crediting, in order to leverage carbon finance to meet a range of ambitious low-carbon development goals.
At this event, government and Indigenous stakeholders at the forefront of this transition to large-scale REDD+ systems will reflect on their experiences evolving from REDD+ readiness to operationalizing projects/programs that can secure premium pricing for high quality forest carbon credits in global carbon markets. Market actors will provide context and further understanding on the state of the VCM and what supply-side stakeholders should expect and be planning for as they build out these programs. This event will highlight how we can collectively take away lessons from the challenges and barriers these stakeholders have faced, and how these were overcome, to support the rapid transition to ambitious mitigation action through REDD+.
This session will be screened live on Nature4Climate - YouTube
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