On June 4 and 5, 2014, fourteen delegates from regional environmental authorities in Peru (regions of Amazonas, Madre de Dios, Loreto, Ucayali, and San Martin) attended a knowledge exchange workshop in Acre, Brazil, to study the legal and institutional framework supporting Acre’s system for payment of environmental services. The Institute for Climate Change (IMC) of the State of Acre in Rio Branco hosted and trained the delegation. The training focused on strategic collaboration between the five Peruvian subnational governments and the state of Acre, the 2014 GCF Chair and a subnational government on the frontlines of designing and implementing jurisdictional programs low emissions development, including REDD+. The two-day workshop was held as part of a five-part series of GCF trainings in Peru in 2014 designed to close critical knowledge gaps among the five GCF regions in Peru by equipping at least 50 government and other policy-makers with knowledge about designing and building jurisdictional programs for low-emissions development.
- estrategia monitoriamiento eufran amaral ES
- normatización sisa marta azevedo ES
- politica desarrollo productivo fabio vaz ES
- registro proyectos ambientales karoline cunha ES
- salvaguardas socioambientales giselle montero ES
- sistema sisa monica rios ES
- Experiential Study of Acre Jurisdictional Program EN