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REDD+ National Investment Plan for Equatorial Guinea









​MHEP y MAGBOMA. 2020. Plan Nacional de Inversión REDD+ de Guinea Ecuatorial



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    Plan Nacional de inversión REDD+ de Guinea Equatorial 2020
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    Equatorial Guinea's National REDD+ Investment Plan (PNI-REDD +) proposes a green economy model that breaks the dichotomy between economic development and conservation of natural resources and contributes to the country's sustainable and equitable development in the coming years. The PNI-REDD+ aims to protect our natural heritage, reduce forest loss and, at the same time, contribute to economic diversification.
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    Planning National Land and Forest Action to Mitigate Climate Change and Reduce Poverty in Equatorial Guinea - UNJP/EQG/010/UNJ 2020
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    Equatorial Guinea has a forest cover estimated at 2.5 million hectares, representing more than 90 percent of the national surface area. Despite this extensive cover, the estimated rates of forest loss (deforestation plus forest degradation) show a worrying upward trend, particularly for forest degradation. In line with its international and regional commitments, in 2012 Equatorial Guinea started its national process of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, and the role of conservation, sustainable management and enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+). This project significantly contributed to moving forward the national REDD+ progress, engaging multiple actors in the fight against climate change. In order to address the causes of deforestation and forest degradation, and promote sustainable development, Equatorial Guinea decided to develop a National REDD+ Investment Plan.
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    Green Climate Fund country programme for Equatorial Guinea 2019
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    The Republic of Equatorial Guinea developed this Country Programme to provide an overview of the national scenario, the country’s political framework and its plans and priorities for combating climate change. The Country Programme includes a set of projects and programmes for submission to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). These projects and programmes meet GCF criteria and reflect national priorities. They are intended to prompt a national paradigm shift. This Country Programme is designed to act as a flexible and continually updated programming framework. It will be subject to periodic reviews and adjustments depending on the country’s plans and programmes. The list of ideas for priority projects or programmes may therefore be subject to changes and updates. The Country Programme is the outcome of a consultation process with various national stakeholders. These include ministries, local institutions, the private sector and civil society, as well as Accredited Entities (AEs) located in the country and the GCF focal point.
  • Thumbnail Image
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    Plan Nacional de inversión REDD+ de Guinea Equatorial 2020
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    Equatorial Guinea's National REDD+ Investment Plan (PNI-REDD +) proposes a green economy model that breaks the dichotomy between economic development and conservation of natural resources and contributes to the country's sustainable and equitable development in the coming years. The PNI-REDD+ aims to protect our natural heritage, reduce forest loss and, at the same time, contribute to economic diversification.
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    Planning National Land and Forest Action to Mitigate Climate Change and Reduce Poverty in Equatorial Guinea - UNJP/EQG/010/UNJ 2020
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    Equatorial Guinea has a forest cover estimated at 2.5 million hectares, representing more than 90 percent of the national surface area. Despite this extensive cover, the estimated rates of forest loss (deforestation plus forest degradation) show a worrying upward trend, particularly for forest degradation. In line with its international and regional commitments, in 2012 Equatorial Guinea started its national process of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation, and the role of conservation, sustainable management and enhancement of forest carbon stocks (REDD+). This project significantly contributed to moving forward the national REDD+ progress, engaging multiple actors in the fight against climate change. In order to address the causes of deforestation and forest degradation, and promote sustainable development, Equatorial Guinea decided to develop a National REDD+ Investment Plan.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    Green Climate Fund country programme for Equatorial Guinea 2019
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    The Republic of Equatorial Guinea developed this Country Programme to provide an overview of the national scenario, the country’s political framework and its plans and priorities for combating climate change. The Country Programme includes a set of projects and programmes for submission to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). These projects and programmes meet GCF criteria and reflect national priorities. They are intended to prompt a national paradigm shift. This Country Programme is designed to act as a flexible and continually updated programming framework. It will be subject to periodic reviews and adjustments depending on the country’s plans and programmes. The list of ideas for priority projects or programmes may therefore be subject to changes and updates. The Country Programme is the outcome of a consultation process with various national stakeholders. These include ministries, local institutions, the private sector and civil society, as well as Accredited Entities (AEs) located in the country and the GCF focal point.

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