مقاطع إذاعية
مقاطع إذاعية
International Day of Forests 2017: Forests and Energy
©FAO/Francis Muana
21 March 2017, Rome--- On the occasion of the International Day of Forests today, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization is bringing issues of “wood energy” into the spotlight. According to a new report released today by the organization, up to seven percent of greenhouse gas emissions caused by human activity comes from the production and use of fuelwood and charcoal. The food agency says that “Greening” wood energy is key to mitigating climate change and improving rural livelihoods.

Opening statement by José Graziano da Silva, FAO Director-General, at the "Special event: Forests and Energy".
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Keynote address by His Excellency Jioji Konusi Konrote, President of the Republic of Fiji - Roles of forests and green energy in the implementation of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement.
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(00:00) Monique Barbut, Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification; (05:44) FAO publication launch by Eva Müller, Director, Forestry Policy and Resources Division, FAO Forestry Department; (13:34) Riikka Joukio, Senior Vice President, Metsä Group; (22:22) Floor discussion; (32:18) Closing remarks by Maria Helena Semedo, Deputy Director-General, Climate and Natural Resources, FAO.
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Eva Muller, Director of FAO's Forestry Policy and Resources Division, elaborates more on the issue. (Interview conducted by Sandra Ferrari)
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الموضوع: تنوع بيولوجي, تنمية ريفية وزراعية, تغير المناخ, غابات
ن إنتاج: FAO
المرجع: 12076