Climate change is a dynamic and systemic problem which affects the whole human activities. Rising of temperature and changing of weather pattern are also affecting agriculture and fishery activities. Besides, the rising of sea-level has been a daily problem for the coastal community in Indonesia. The impact of climate change has reached every sectors from socio-economy to environment and others related to health, food security, ecosystem, and biodiversity. Based on that facts, climate change issue is in need for contribution from various sector and thoughts outside general idea.
RCCC-UI is Hosting A Master Class on Policy Analysis for REDD+: Within a Decentralised Context. REDD+ requires developing countries (and local governments) to set aside additional forest conservation areas that may not necessarily yield additional environmental services for local residents. Additional forest conservation competes with other land-use activities, such as commercial logging, timber plantations and oil palm plantations, which can legally take place in productive forestlands. REDD+ involves technical complexity in terms of its design and implementation and it is also very contentious as stakeholders have different values towards land use and forest management. For this reason, local governments need to be familiar with frameworks and tools of policy analysis for REDD+ and, most importantly, have the capacity to define policy problems and solutions with relevant stakeholders.