This information is related to phase one of the Green Development Fund for the SICA region programme, completed in 2017

Audiovisual Resources

Bonn Challenge LatinAmerica 2017 – Honduras

The Third Meeting of the Bonn Challenge in Latin America 2017, was inaugurated today in Roatán, by the Secretary of Environment of the Government of the Republic of Honduras, with the participation of Ministers, vice-ministers, representatives of International Cooperation Organizations and specialists in the subject of restoration of forests from different parts of the world. Find below the progress presentations of the participants to the event:


Regional Workshop on Forest and Landscape Restoration held in Honduras

During the first week of May, the Regional Workshop on Forest and Landscape Restoration (RBP) in Mesoamerica and the Dominican Republic was held in the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, facing the Bonn Challenge. The presentations in the framework of said event are listed below:


Presentation of the Technology Transfer Workshop to the Initiative for the Americas Fund (FIAES) by Abner Jiménez

The presentation summarizes the main steps carried out in the design of the FIAES Territorial Interventions Monitoring System..

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Bonn Challenge Latinamerica 2016 – Panama

Ministers, vice-ministers of the Central American Region and the Dominican Republic, as well as representatives of Africa and Asia met in Panama City for the Second Regional Meeting in Latin America of the Bonn Challenge. & Nbsp; Listed below are the presentations in the framework of said event:


Presentation on Compensation Mechanisms for Interventions in Nature

With the aim of strengthening the capacities of the countries of the SICA region, the REDD + Landscape / CCAD-GIZ Program held the regional workshop “Compensation mechanisms for nature interventions”, on May 13 and 14, in San Salvador, The Savior.

To deepen the subject, the participation of Dr. Stefan Lütkes, Head of the Landscape Legislation and Nature Conservation Division of the Federal Ministry of the Environment of the Federal Republic of Germany, who through his presentation emphasized that the objective of compensation mechanisms is to promote or facilitate the systematic generation of projects capable of counteracting a negative impact on nature, either in the economic order or in kind.

See the presentation on Compensation Mechanisms for Interventions in Nature

See the interview on «Compensation Mechanisms» by Dr. Stefan Lütkes