According to the bank, the project gives account for background information that has been considered to design the Benefit Sharing System (SDB) for the National Strategy on Climate Change and Vegetation Resources (ENCCRV) of Chile, promoted by the Ministry of Agriculture (MINAGRI) through the National Forestry Corporation (CONAF). This Strategy addresses the REDD approach promoted by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) through its decisions, and that it seeks to reduce the forest carbon emissions produced by forest deforestation and degradation, and promote activities that allow to increase the forest carbon sequestration in the country. The SDB is a framework that defines the approach and procedures to allocate the financial resources that are generated in the third phase of the ENCCRV associated to the results-based payments of REDD , which are determined by contrasting the forest emission reductions during the implementation phase of REDD with the reference levels that have been elaborated by some regions of the country, in line with the UNFCCC considerations for developing countries implementing strategies in this area.
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