Published November 16, 2007 by CABI .
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|Contributions||P H Freer-Smith (Editor), M S J Broadmeadow (Editor), J M Lynch (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
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Providing an examination of the science, a detailed consideration of the science policy interface and the international frameworks and conventions, Forestry and Climate Change is valuable reading for all those interested in sustainable forest management, climate change and the associated environmental sciences.
Contents. I Introduction 1. " Climate Change and Forests is a timely summary of emerging policy and opportunities related to forestry-based carbon markets. Recommended."— CHOICE" Climate Change and Forests provides a helpful overview of the history of the agriculture, forestry and other land-use sector in international negotiations, a description and analysis of current Author: Charlotte Streck.
Forests and climate are intrinsically linked: forest loss and degradation is both a cause and an effect of our changing climate. The agriculture, forestry and land-use sectors account for about a quarter of all global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and are the largest sources after cars, trucks, trains, planes and ships combined.
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This book Vulnerability of Pacific Island Agriculture and Forestry to Climate Change is the product of the partnership between Australia and the Pacific Community.
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The simple, interactive exercises in The Climate Change Playbook can help citizens better understand climate change, diagnose its causes, anticipate its future consequences, and effect constructive change. Adapted from The Systems Thinking Playbook, the twenty-two games are now specifically relevant to climate-change communications and Author: Dennis Meadows.
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