Risk Analysis for Movements of Live Aquatic Animals

Climate change guidelines
for forest managers

FAO Forestry Paper 172

Rome, 2013

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Acronyms and abbreviations
Executive Summary
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1. Introduction

2. Climate change and forests

    Climate change processes and projections
    Adaptation and mitigation in forestry
    What does climate change mean for forest managers?
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3. Sustainable forest management and related approaches for effective climate change responses

    Sustainable forest management
    Global, regional and national policies on climate change
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4. Management responses to climate change

    Vulnerability and risk assessment of climate change impacts and mitigation options
    A guiding framework for adaptation actions
    A guiding framework for mitigation actions
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5. Monitoring and evaluation

6. Conclusion

Annex 1. Glossary

Annex 2. Knowledge tools

Annex 3. Participation in the validation workshops

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