The material briefly presents the selected conservation elements in the El Imposible-Barra de Santiago Conservation Area for an adequate landscape intervention.
A financial mechanism is an element that promotes or facilitates the systematic generation of projects capable of counteracting negative impacts on nature by supplying financial resources in a transparent, efficient and effective manner to key actors for them to develop landscape restoration actions within a previously established strategic planning framework.
Within the document are the key elements proposed for the development of any financial mechanism for the implementation of successful restoration actions.
This guide summarizes the main steps carried out in the design of the FIAES Territorial Interventions Monitoring System. The methodology has been developed within the framework of the & nbsp; technical advice provided by the REDD Landscape Program / CCAD-GIZ.
The Landscape and Resource Management Program & nbsp; to increase carbon stocks & nbsp; in Central America (REDD + Landscape / CCAD) & nbsp; is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft & nbsp; für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, & nbsp; who is pleased to present the main & nbsp; activities carried out in 2016.
The Bonn Challenge Latin America 2016, held in Panama, provides a series of reflections on the need to generate restoration efforts with a “human face”, oriented to improving livelihoods and reducing risk for the most vulnerable communities. In this orientation, restoration requires an inter-sector approach, with inclusive and transparent dialogue mechanisms and funding from national budgets, private sector investments, and contributions from international cooperation.
The report presents the Strategic Planning for restoration with a Landscape Management approach under International Forest Carbon Standards carried out in the El Imposible-Barra de Santiago Conservation Area, which was developed through the Open Standards methodology for the Practice of Conservation and in which key actors from the Region (governmental and non-governmental institutions, local associations and communities) participated. This document constitutes the local development plan of the Region which has a planning framework of 14 years (2016-2030).
The Landscape and Resource Management to Increase Carbon Reserves in Central America (REDD+ Landscape / CCAD) Program is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The objective of Bonn Challenge Latin America 2015 was to promote restoration efforts in countries in the region and encourage them to join the initiative by establishing local commitments that generate a regional impact, engaging across an international platform for dialogue that deals with capacity-building, cooperation systems, and financing mechanisms linked to restoration actions.
Due to the importance of bringing landscape restoration actions and REDD+ together, we have made this technical note available. The document is based on the experiences and lessons we have learned on field, and describes five key elements for an appropriate landscape planning.