Forest accounting rules put EU’s climate credibility at risk

By |junij 15th, 2017|bioenergy, Carbon accounting, carbon dioxide emissions, Forest action plan, forests, LULUCF, News|

Forest mitigation should be measured using a scientifically-objective approach, not allowing countries to hide the impacts of policies that increase net emissions, writes a group of environmental scientists led by Dr Joanna I House.

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Science-based forest policies urgently needed for effective climate action

By |junij 1st, 2017|agroforestry, Carbon accounting, forest credits, forests, land use, LULUCF, News, sustainable forestry|

There is a rapidly closing window of opportunity to take effective climate action, and EU forest policies need to be more science-based to succeed, write Michael Norton and Jaana Bäck.

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Leaked paper exposes EU countries’ abuse of climate loophole

By |marec 24th, 2017|Carbon accounting, Effort-Sharing Regulation, FERN, Kyoto Protocol, LULUCF, News, Paris Agreement|

EXCLUSIVE/ European Union countries exploited loopholes in United Nations forestry rules to pocket carbon credits worth €600 million and the equivalent of global-warming emissions from 114 million cars.

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