An integrated decision support framework for the prediction and evaluation of efficiency, environmental impact and total social cost of domestic and international forestry projects for greenhouse gas mitigation: description and case studies

@inproceedings{GarcaQuijano2005AnID,
  title={An integrated decision support framework for the prediction and evaluation of efficiency, environmental impact and total social cost of domestic and international forestry projects for greenhouse gas mitigation: description and case studies},
  author={Juan F. Garc{\'i}a-Quijano and Gaby Deckmyn and Ellen Moons and Stef Proost and Reinhart Ceulemans and Bart Muys},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) offer domestic and international opportunities to accomplish the targets set by the Kyoto Protocol. Design and selection of successful forestry projects are complex decision processes based on information of the carbon dioxide mitigation potential, the environmental impacts and the cost efficiency of selected scenarios. In this paper, a decision support framework to evaluate forestry scenarios for greenhouse gas emission reduction is… CONTINUE READING

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