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Redd Project

Redd Project

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 AEP AEP AEP AEP AEP:American Electric Power APOCOM APOCOM APOCOM APOCOM APOCOM:Apoyo Comunitario ( Program for the Sustainable Development of Local Communities)BABABABABAUUUUU:Business as UsualCACACACACAR:Corrective Action RequestCCBCCBCCBCCBCCB:Climate, Community and Biodiversity standardCDMCDMCDMCDMCDM:Clean Development MechanismCIBAPCIBAPCIBAPCIBAPCIBAP A A A A A:Central Indígena Bajo Paraguá (Bajo Paragua Indigenous Organization)FFFFF AN AN AN AN AN:FundaciónAmigos de la Naturaleza (Foundation for Friends of Nature)FFFFF A A A A AOOOOO:Food and Agriculture OrganizationGOBGOBGOBGOBGOB:Government of BoliviINRAINRAINRAINRAINRA:Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria National Agrarian Reform Institute)NK-NK-NK-NK-NK-CAPCAPCAPCAPCAP:Noel Kempff Mercado Climate Action ProjectNKMNPNKMNPNKMNPNKMNPNKMNP:Noel Kempff Mercado National Park PDDPDDPDDPDDPDD:Project Design DocumentPIPPIPPIPPIPPIP:Plan Integral de la Protección (Integral Plan of Protection)PRODECOMPRODECOMPRODECOMPRODECOMPRODECOM:Programa de Desarrollo Comunitario Community Development Program)REDDREDDREDDREDDREDD:Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and DegradationSCPSCPSCPSCPSCP:Site Conservation PlanSERNAPSERNAPSERNAPSERNAPSERNAP:Servicio Nacional de Áreas Protegidas National Protected Area Service)SGSSGSSGSSGSSGS:SociétéGénérale de Surveillance ( General Society of Monitoring)tCOtCOtCOtCOtCO
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eeeee :Metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalentTNCTNCTNCTNCTNC:The Nature ConservancUNFCCCUNFCCCUNFCCCUNFCCCUNFCCC:United Nations Framework Convention on Climate ChangeUSIJIUSIJIUSIJIUSIJIUSIJI:United States Initiative on Joint ImplementationVERsVERsVERsVERsVERs:Verified Emissions Reductions1 hectare (ha) = 2.47 acres (ac)1 metric ton of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO
2
e) = 44/12 metric tons carbon (tC)1 metric ton = 1,000 kilograms (kg) = 2,205 pounds (lb) = 1.10 short (U.S.) tons
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Cover image:
 Arcoiris waterfall at Noel Kempff Mercado National Park in Bolivia in South America. Photo credit: © Hermes Justiniano
CONVERSIONSCONVERSIONSCONVERSIONSCONVERSIONSCONVERSIONS A A A A ACKNCKNCKNCKNCKNOOOOOWLEDWLEDWLEDWLEDWLEDGEMENTSGEMENTSGEMENTSGEMENTSGEMENTS
Concept by Sarene Marshall. Research and writing by Nicole Virgilio. Design and layout by Lisa Shipley. This casestudy benefitted greatly from the contributions, review and support of Bill Stanley, Greg Fishbein, Zoe Kant, DianeFitzgerald, Natalia Calderón Angeleri, Hamilton Hardman, Duncan Marsh and Michael Wolosin.Please cite this document as: Noel Kempff Mercado Climate Action Project: A Case Study in Reducing Emissions fromDeforestation and Degradation, The Nature Conservancy, 2009.©2009 The Nature Conservancy.
 
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................................PARTNERS AND CONTRIBUTORS ..................................................................................................................PROJECT OVERVIEW ...........................................................................................................................................S
ITE
D
ESCRIPTION
.........................................................................................................................................P
ROJECT
A
PPROACH
........................................................................................................................................O
N
-
GOING
P
ROTECTION
 
 AND
M
ONITORING
...............................................................................................PROJECT STRUCTURE..........................................................................................................................................D
EAL
S
TRUCTURE
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NDOWMENT
F
UND
.........................................................................................................................................C
 ARBON
IGHTS
.........................................................................................................................................O
FFSET
C
OST
....................................................................................................................................................CARBON BENEFITS ..............................................................................................................................................E
STIMATED
L
IFETIME
C
 ARBON
B
ENEFITS
.................................................................................................... ADDITIONALITY .................................................................................................................................................B
 ASELINE
........................................................................................................................................................
 Avoided Deforestation Baseline............................................................................................................ Avoided Degradation Baseline
..............................................................................................................H
ISTORY
 
OF
P
ROJECT
B
 ASELINES
................................................................................................................LEAKAGE ................................................................................................................................................................... A
VOIDED
D
EFORESTATION
L
EAKAGE
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Estimation and Prevention of Leakage from Avoided Deforestation Activities ................................................ Monitoring Leakage from Avoided Deforestation Activities .......................................................................
 A
VOIDED
D
EGRADATION
L
EAKAGE
.................................................................................................................
Estimation and Prevention of Leakage from Avoided Degradation Activities .............................................. Monitoring Leakage from Avoided Degradation Activities .........................................................................
PERMANENCE ..............................................................................................................................................................COMMUNITY BENEFITS .......................................................................................................................................O
RGANIZATIONAL
E
MPOWERMENT
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 AND
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ENURE
 
 AND
C
OMMUNITY
P
ROPERTY
IGHTS
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 ANDUSE
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LANNING
 
 AND
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 APACITY
 
TRAINING
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LEMENTARY
 
 AND
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IGH
S
CHOOL
E
DUCATION
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EALTH
O
UTPOST
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NCOME
G
ENERATION
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 Alternative Employment ..........................................................................................................................Sustainable Forestry .................................................................................................................................Ecotourism ..............................................................................................................................................Biotrade ..................................................................................................................................................
BIODIVERSITY BENEFITS ....................................................................................................................................M
ONITORING
B
IODIVERSITY
...........................................................................................................................VALIDATION AND VERIFICATION ...............................................................................................................CONCLUSION .......................................................................................................................................................REFERENCES..........................................................................................................................................................
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