14. Agriculture, Forestry, Land Use
Approved 17 March 2017
This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions and removals generated in mosaic and landscape scale REDD+ projects by allowing such project activities to be combined with improved forest management, afforestation, reforestation and re-vegetation activities, as well as clean cookstoves initiatives. This allows for a more holistic landscape approach to REDD+ activities that integrates efforts to protect forests with programs to improve the livelihoods of rural communities.
This methodology is applicable to forest that would be deforested in the absence of the project activity. Deforestation and degradation in the baseline would be caused by 1) conversion of forest to crop-land or grazing land for small-scale farming, 2) conversion of forest land to settlements, 3) logging of timber for commercial sale, 4) logging of timber for local and domestic use, 5) fuel-wood collection of charcoal production or 6) forest fires.
This methodology was open for public comment from 28 June 2009 until 28 July 2009. Public comments are closed.