Lessons Learned and Recommendations from Early UNFCCC REDD+ Reference Levels Submissions
- those from REDD+ countries who were involved in creating FRLs/FRELs, and
- those who had served as members of the Technical Team of Experts performing technical analysis of REDD+ results.
Forest Reference Levels/Forest Reference Emissions Levels (FRLs/FRELs) are critical to the policy framework for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+), and provide the benchmark against which countries measure their results from REDD+ implementation. FRLs/FRELs are still incipient, and REDD+ countries and technical assessors are still in a learning-by-doing process, generating valuable lessons that are worth sharing.
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