Unasylva - No. 222 - Forests, Climate and Kyoto













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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 56 2005/3

FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


Editor: A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board Forestry Department:
F. Castañeda, R. Czudek, T. Hofer, C. Holding Anyonge, D. Kneeland, J.P. Koyo, A. Perlis, L. Russo, M. Uemoto, T. Vahanen, M.L. Wilkie

Emeritus Advisers:
J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Palmberg-Lerche

Regional Advisers:
H. Abdel Nour, C. Carneiro, P. Durst, P. Koné, K. Prins

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Contents

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Editorial (Download- 43KB)

D. Schoene and M. Netto
The Kyoto Protocol: what does it mean for forests and forestry? (Download- 495KB)

N. Masripatin
Preparing the ground: Indonesia’s arrangements for forestry projects under the Clean Development Mechanism
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W. Oyhantçabal
The Clean Development Mechanism in Uruguay: towards a new relation between livestock and forestry
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P.V. Desanker
The Kyoto Protocol and the CDM in Africa: a good idea but …
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P. Moutinho, M. Santilli, S. Schwartzman and L. Rodrigues
Why ignore tropical deforestation? A proposal for including forest conservation in the Kyoto Protocol
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A mechanism to account for carbon effects of avoiding forest conversion
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P.I. Lakyda, I.F. Buksha and V.P. Pasternak
Opportunities for fulfilling Joint Implementation projects in forestry in Ukraine (Download- 286KB)

W. Kägi and H. Schmidtke
Who gets the money? What do forest owners in developed countries expect from the Kyoto Protocol?
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E. Hyvärinen
The downside of European Union emission trading – a view from the pulp and paper industry
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A. Tuttle and K. Andrasko
Registries and research: climate change mitigation and forestry in the United States
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FAO FORESTRY (Download- 96KB)

WORLD OF FORESTRY (Download- 96KB)

BOOKS (Download- 144KB)