REDD-PAC: REDD+ Policy Assessment Center

The REDD-PAC project aims at developing technical know-how and capacity in designing efficient, effective and environmentally relevant REDD+ strategies and land use policies. The project was funded by Germany's International Climate Initiative and run from November 2011 to May 2016.

For more information, please download the project description, a one-page summary, or a poster presentation. Voir aussi un résumé du projet en français.

Main Results of the REDD-PAC Project

GLOBIOM-Brazil LUCC database and model scenarios

The results of the REDD-PAC project are available openly. They include a new land cover map for Brazil for years 2000 and 2010, based on a best combination of existing sources. A preview of some of the available datasets can be visualised below. They also include results of GLOBIOM-Brazil including projected land use changes and emissions from 2020-2050. The full content of the datasets is available as a WFS (Web Feature Service) in the following address (no password required):

http://terrabrasilis.info/redd-pac/wfs.

The detailed description of the data in the WFS server is available in this webpage.

The description of data sets, the structure of the Globiom-Brazil model and results are available in the reports below. Modelling Land Use Change in Brazil:2000-2050 and results of GLOBIOM-Brazil including projected land use changes and emissions from 2020-2050

Projected total forest in Brazil in 2030 under compliance of the Forest Code

Project results for the Congo Basin.

For each pilot country plus the COMIFAC region the project produced short reports describing the key data, methods and results of REDD-PAC for the Congo Basin as well as an extensive technical report which provides more detail on projected land use changes and emissions from 2000-2030. Reports are available both in English and French

Rapports de synthèse ainsi que des documents techniques des méthodes et resultats du projet REDD-PAC pour le Basin du Congo sont disponible et en anglais et en français.

Biodiversity implications of REDD+

Project Partners

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis


National Institute for Space Research - Brazil


Commission des forets d'Afrique Centrale/Central African Forests Commission


United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre

Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada


Funding Organization

Germany International Climate Initiative

Endorsed by

Global Land Project