Mitigating greenhouse gases : The importance of land base interactions between forests , agriculture , and residential development in the face of changes in bioenergy and carbon prices

@inproceedings{Alig2009MitigatingGG,
  title={Mitigating greenhouse gases : The importance of land base interactions between forests , agriculture , and residential development in the face of changes in bioenergy and carbon prices},
  author={Ralph J. Alig and Greg S. Latta and Darius M. Adams and Bruce A. McCarl},
  year={2009}
}
a r t i c l e i n f o The forest sector can contribute to atmospheric greenhouse gas reduction, while also providing other environmental, economic, and social benefits. Policy tools for climate change mitigation include carbon-related payment programs as well as laws and programs to impede the loss of agricultural and forest lands to development. Policy makers will base their expectations of the effectiveness of these strategies to some degree on anticipated land use impacts. We examine a… CONTINUE READING