These sessions will examine the regional achievements of international financing tools of REDD+, carbon financing and payments for ecosystem services.
The Compensation Fund in the Peruvian Amazon: Equitable and Transparent REDD+ Benefit Sharing
Director of Programs,
Amazon Conservation Association
Director of Forest Campaigns, Environmental Intelligence Agency
The Surui Forest Carbon Project, Brazil
Institute for the Conservation and Sustainable Development of Amazonas
Eva Garen, Director, Environmental Leadership and Training Institute
Eva Garen is director of ELTI, which focuses in native species reforestation and contributes to the conservation and restoration of forest ecosystems and biodiversity in tropical regions of Latin America and Asia. Previously, Dr. Garen was a REDD+ technical advisor for Conservation International.
REDD+ in DRC Congo
Yale School of Forestry &
Financing Sustainable Landscapes in Ethiopia
World Bank, Carbon Finance Unit
McCluskey fellow, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Amy Vedder is a former vice president of the Wildlife Conservation Society, where she led efforts to work with local communities in Rwanda and protect mountain gorillas. She is the subject of the book Gorilla Mountain, the story of wildlife biologist Amy Vedder.
Developing REDD+ in Indonesia
Subnational Forest Management in Indonesia
Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Unlocking forestland investment in Asia: Lessons from Vietnam and Indonesia