UNEP CHUTE Environmental Financial 2012
Forestry and Bioenergy CDM Carbon Tasks in Africa
Lessons sucked from the Chute programme in Benin and Senegal Document under the way of Françoise d'Estais and Robert Vergnes. Mme Françoise d'Estais is Program Manager at the Un Environment Plan in charge of carbon dioxide finance -- francoise. [email protected] org. Mr. Robert Vergnes is a member of the panel of experts towards the Joint Execution Supervisory Panel (JISC) from the UNFCCC, and Practice Leader of Energy & Climate Modify at ERM, Mediterranean Department -– robert. [email protected] com. With the participation of Dr . Stefano Bonelli, Project Administrator at ERM, and Edouard Crespeigne, Advisor at ERM.
This article have been written by the authors intended for general data purposes and necessarily reflect the views of the Un or it is member states or the ones from ERM or the Fonds Français pour l'Environnement Mondial.
Funded by the Fonds Français put l'Environnement
Mondial and applied by the Un
Environment Programme, the CASCADe programme
continues to be managed within the last 4 years with the
goal to enhance experience to develop forestry
and bio-energy carbon tasks in sub-Saharan Africa.
Executed by the Un Environment
Plan, CASCADe features provided institutional
support, ability building and project creation
support to nearly 40 projects in the 7 concentrate on countries.
ERM, one of the planet's leading suppliers of
environmental consulting services, was entrusted
to synchronize the CASCADe activities in Benin and
Senegal. Based upon this knowledge, the article quickly
presents the CASCADe program, depicts an easy
overview of the CDM market in the forestry
and bio energy areas in Africa and goes thru the
challenges faced by simply stakeholders in achieving that
potential. It finally offers a series of lessons and
advice drawn from the implementation of
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