Deforestation and Climate Change
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Deforestation and Climate Change

Reducing Carbon Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation

Edited by Valentina Bosetti and Ruben Lubowski

Deforestation and forest degradation have long been recognized as environmental problems, with concerns over conservation of natural habitats and biological diversity capturing both scientific and public attention. More recently, the debate over tropical forest conservation has radically shifted to the approximately fifteen percent of global greenhouse gas emissions that are caused by deforestation and forest degradation, and to the potential synergies from integrating forest management with climate change policies.
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Chapter 6: Incentives to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation: A Stock-Flow Approach with Target Reductions

Andrea Cattaneo

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Deforestation and Climate Change 27/05/2010 11.42 Chap. 06 p. 93 6. Incentives to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation: A Stock-Flow Approach with Target Reductions Andrea Cattaneo 6.1 INTRODUCTION Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from deforestati...

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