Quantifying the causes of deforestation and degradation and creating transparent REDD+ baselines: A method and case study from central Mozambique

@inproceedings{Ryan2014QuantifyingTC,
  title={Quantifying the causes of deforestation and degradation and creating transparent REDD+ baselines: A method and case study from central Mozambique},
  author={Casey M. Ryan and Nicholas J. Berry and Neha B. Joshi},
  year={2014}
}
Reductions in deforestation and forest degradation are advocated as a means to mitigate climate change. The formulation and implementation of policies to achieve such reductions requires an understanding of current and historic land-use change and associated greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, it is often proposed that any reduction in emissions be measured against a reference scenario that describes future land-use in the absence of intervention. However, the information needed to progress… CONTINUE READING
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