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Year: 2012
This is the third book in a series of highly recognised REDD+ volumes from CIFOR
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Year: 2009
Forest loss, primarily tropical deforestation and forest degradation, accounts for approximately 17 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions
Year: 2009
This report explores whether there is a business case for high-biodiversity REDD projects and schemes and how such a business case could be created or promoted
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Year: 2008
Research into the present-day forest issues in NWFP has always recognised the importance of the historical past
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Year: 2008
Climate change does not happen in isolation
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Year: 2007
The Kugha Watershed covers an area of about 90 ha of the Kugha hill
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Year: 2007
This study is in support of the preparation of a technical background paper by the Secretariat that aims “to review and analyze existing and planned investment flows and finance schemes relevant to the development of an effective and appropriate international response to climate change, with particular focus on developing countries' needs” and presents:
  • A summary of net GHG emissions for the reference or business as usual scenario as well as for selected IPCC mitigation scenarios, both with as much geographic and sub-sectoral detail as possible;
  • An overview of current sources of financing (domestic, international, public private); and,
  • An estimate of financing needs towards 2030 to achieve mitigation potentials to the extent possible, also with as much geographic and sub-sectoral detail as possible

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Year: 2007
Over the past few decades biodiversity has become the issue of global concern for its rapid reduction worldwide
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Year: 2005
To many people the apparent lack of progress with conserving and managing the world’s forests embodies all that has gone wrong with respect to the modern world’s stewardship of its natural resources
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Year: 2005
Environmental degradation arising from the depletion of forest biodiversity and the resulting problems of soil erosion, water shortage, climate change and poverty, have become issues of global concern
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