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USAID LEAF Final Report

USAID LEAF Final Report

USAID LEAF Final Report

12 April 2016

Over a five-year implementation period from 2011-2016, the USAID LEAF program delivered significant results against its overall objective of strengthening the capacity of target countries to achieve meaningful and sustained reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from the forestry-land use sector. 

Summary of Expert Meeting and Training Session on Financing AFOLU LEDS

Summary of Expert Meeting and Training Session on Financing AFOLU LEDS

Summary of Expert Meeting and Training Session on Financing AFOLU LEDS

08 February 2016

To generate dialogue between relevant actors and help bridge the financing and public-private gaps in developing and implementing AFOLU LEDS, USAID LEAF organized an expert meeting and a training session on “Financing LEDS in the AFOLU sector” as part of the Asia LEDS Partnership Forum on November 10 and 12, 2014.

Decision Support Tool on Incentive Allocation for REDD+ Accounting

Decision Support Tool on Incentive Allocation for REDD+ Accounting

Decision Support Tool on Incentive Allocation for REDD+ Accounting

28 December 2015

Under the UNFCCC, REDD+ countries are required to develop approaches that operate at national scale. Many countries already have in place or are establishing subnational and project-level REDD+ activities for building capacity for REDD+ implementation or generating early emissions reductions and removals in defined geographical or administrative areas.

Regional Review of Low Emission Plans, Strategies, and Activities in Forest and Land Use Sector

Regional Review of Low Emission Plans, Strategies, and Activities in Forest and Land Use Sector

Regional Review of Low Emission Plans, Strategies, and Activities in Forest and Land Use Sector

23 November 2015

USAID LEAF and the USFS collaborated to identify regional best practices and progress towards sustainable and financially viable Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS) for the forestry and land use sector across Asia. The review considered achievements and implementation challenges in eight USAID sustainable landscape projects across 10 Asian countries.

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