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Engagement of scientific community and transparency in C accounting: the Brazilian case for anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions from land use, land-use change and forestry

M M C Bustamante, J S O Silva, R Z Cantinho, J Z Shimbo, P V C Oliveira, M M O Santos, J P H B Ometto, M R Cruz, T R B Mello, D Godiva, C A Nobre
2018 Environmental Research Letters  
We report how the third inventory for the sector of land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) was implemented to address scientific challenges involved in the monitoring of carbon stocks and land-use  ...  GHG emissions and removals associated with 2002-2010 carbon changes in aboveground, belowground biomass, necromass and soil carbon by land use and land cover changes were estimated for all Brazilian biomes  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful for financial support from the Rede Clima of the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and Communication, to the United Nations Development Program (project  ... 
doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aabb37 fatcat:ceeif2hcrvd2dhilwi2swoednq

Assessment of land use and land use change and forestry (LULUCF) as CDM projects in Brazil

Marcos Alexandre Teixeira, Marcus Luke Murray, M.G. Carvalho
2006 Ecological Economics  
The inventories are reported in a standardised format and must cover emissions and removals from several sectors, including the Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) sector. 1.2 1.3 Acronym  ...  Council on accounting rules and actions plans on greenhouse gas emissions and removals resulting from activities related to land use, land use changes and forestry";  Specific information provided by  ...  , run by the JRC) with the GHG inventory of the country (FM or forest land remaining forest land).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2005.12.003 fatcat:qzhfktzd5vgjxkn6e7dcx3vhoq

Tourism and sustainable development [chapter]

2005 Global Tourism  
(for example, conversion of forest to farmland and subsequent plowing) are considered as emissions from the Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry sector (LULUCF).  ...  Accounting for GHG emissions and removals from agricultural land management should not be considered separately from other agricultural activities, and Canada supports the use of the 2006 IPCC GHG Inventory  ...  Also, a small amount of the budget can be used for developing the data basis required for such schemes (technical assistance).  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-7506-7789-9.50016-9 fatcat:tdqupviryvguxlhn27cfgmi5hy

National inventory in the framework of the UNFCCC/Kyoto Protocol as a tool for planning mitigation measures to be included in rural development strategies in Italy

Rocío Dánica Cóndor, Marina Vitullo
2012 L Italia Forestale e Montana  
Emission estimates cover the following sectors: -energy; -industrial processes; -solvent and other product use; -agriculture; -land use, Land use change and Forestry (LULUCF); -waste.  ...  From the climate change perspective, main GHG emission reduction activities are predominantly or exclusively supported by two rural development measures: farm modernisation (code 121) and agri environment  ... 
doi:10.4129/ifm.2012.2.05 fatcat:swqhx6r545fwrnes6lrrfz2moa

Recent developments of biofuels/bioenergy sustainability certification: A global overview

Nicolae Scarlat, Jean-François Dallemand
2011 Energy Policy Legal Notice Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on behalf of the Commission is responsible for the use which might be made of  ...  Land use change has important impacts: loss of natural habitats and biodiversity and GHG emissions from change of land use.  ...  The report will include a methodology for emissions from carbon stock changes caused by indirect land-use changes. The EU sustainability scheme includes monitoring and reporting requirements.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2010.12.039 fatcat:zj3dz5llv5at7ghzoxzklflnme

Contribution of forest degradation in Indonesia's GHG emissions: Profile and opportunity to improve its estimation accuracy

W C Adinugroho, L B Prasetyo, C Kusmana, H Krisnawati
2019 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
In order to understand better the contributing factors of Indonesia's GHG emissions profiles from the forestry sector as well as taking the opportunity to tackle climate change, improving knowledge on  ...  GHG emissions from forest degradation is essential.  ...  A simulation was done using a carbon accounting model [8] , as has been used by [9] in modeling carbon emissions and removals from forest lands.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/399/1/012025 fatcat:4jckzwziojdv3nwalri7myjubm

Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Mitigation Measures within the Forestry and Other Land Use Subsector in Malawi

Edward Missanjo, Henry Kadzuwa
2021 International Journal of Forestry Research  
This study quantified GHG emissions within the Forest and Other Land Use (FOLU) subsector in Malawi for the period 2011 to 2020.  ...  Analysing past trends of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions remains indispensable to the understanding of current GHG emissions, thereby enabling prediction of future emissions as well as development of their  ...  Acknowledgments e authors are thankful to the staff of Forestry Department Headquarters and Forestry Research Institute of Malawi (FRIM) for the provision of the data that were used in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/5561162 doaj:41cbe9ccbc1845d2b3b4f81944c784a5 fatcat:dpnid4bhxvdv7adryuhjhcrcmm

Emerging reporting and verification needs under the Paris Agreement: How can the research community effectively contribute?

Lucia Perugini, Guido Pellis, Giacomo Grassi, Philippe Ciais, Han Dolman, Joanna I. House, Glen P. Peters, Pete Smith, Dirk Günther, Philippe Peylin
2021 Environmental Science and Policy  
This is particularly true dealing with "Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry" (LULUCF), the most challenging among the inventory sectors to deal with, mainly because of high level of complexity of its  ...  Inventory agencies need to include, in national GHG inventories, emission and removal estimates based on scientific data following specific reporting guidance under the United Nation Framework Convention  ...  Ryan (EMPA, Ireland) and Margreet Van Zanten (RVIM, Netherlands) for their support in the terminology analysis and fruitful exchange during the course of the VERIFY project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2021.04.012 fatcat:qyacgmdcxndyja7jajolnoxa3i

The role of forests in global climate change: whence we come and where we go

2006 International Affairs  
Tanabe and F. Wagner, eds, Good practice guidance for land use, land-use change and forestry (IPCC National Greenhouse Gas Inventories Programme, Technical Support Unit, 2003).  ...  This document sets out supplementary methods and good practice guidance for estimating, measuring, monitoring and reporting on carbon stock changes and GHG emissions from LULUCF activities under all relevant  ...  Crediting reforestation The two proposals discussed above-compensated reduction and the carbon stock approach-both aim to provide incentives to reduce emissions arising from tropical deforestation.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2346.2006.00575.x fatcat:fma3xtilbreefol2kldhjccqhm

Practicalities of Non-Destructive Methodologies in Monitoring Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Tropical Forests under the Influence of Human Intervention

Yoshiyuki KIYONO, Satoshi SAITO, Tomoaki TAKAHASHI, Jumpei TORIYAMA, Yoshio AWAYA, Hidetoshi ASAI, Naoyuki FURUYA, Yukihito OCHIAI, Yoshio INOUE, Tamotsu SATO, Chann SOPHAL, Preap SAM (+4 others)
2011 JARQ - Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly  
We examined non-destructive methodologies for practicalities in monitoring anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from tropical dry-land forest under the influence of various forms of human intervention  ...  For measurement of carbon stock and GHG flux per unit land area, the gain-loss method requires both growth rate and removal rate of forest carbon stock.  ...  through Conservation and Efficient Management of Terrestrial Ecosystems (Ministry of the Environment, Japan) was used in this study.  ... 
doi:10.6090/jarq.45.233 fatcat:ycnyk3a6ivfwfktug53cco7e3e

Comparison of methods used within Member States for estimating CO2 emissions and sinks according to UNFCCC and EU Monitoring Mechanism: forest and other wooded land

Raes F., Seufert G., Löwe H.
2000 Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement  
from land-use change and forestry.  ...  The national reporting for the EU Monitoring Mechanism on greenhouse gas emissions and for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change includes data for greenhouse gas emissions/removals  ...  of an update/revision of the current IPCC Guidelines considering also the information available in the IPCC Special Report on Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry, referred in this issue as the "LULUCF-SR  ... 
doaj:fad41b6b0ce34d89a3dc57bbc90735d9 fatcat:ipz36n5ja5ampfuqjuaukph6hm

The Kyoto Protocol and the Effect of Existing and Planned Measures in the Agricultural and Forestry Sector in the EU25

Carlo Giupponi, Francesco Bosello, Barbara K. Buchner, Jacopo Crimi, Andrea Povellato
2007 Social Science Research Network  
and projections of GHG emissions.  ...  Summary Agricultural and forestry activities cover the majority of the EU territory: in particular agriculture is the main lad use type, accounting for more than 41% of the land use in the EU15, while  ...  Land use change from agriculture to forestry and conversion of arable land to permanent grassland are the main sources of carbon sequestration.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.962380 fatcat:fdepozwy2zf33nedxc2k3ellae

Greenhouse gas accounting for inventory, emissions trading and life cycle assessment in the land-based sector: a review

Annette Cowie, Richard Eckard, Sandra Eady
2012 Crop and Pasture Science  
sector; sequestration in farm forestry is reported in the land use, land-use change and forestry sector, while emissions reported in the agriculture sector include methane (CH 4 ) from ruminant livestock  ...  This paper reviews current methods and approaches used for quantifying GHG emissions for the land-based sectors in the context of emissions reporting, emissions trading and C footprinting, and proposes  ...  Parties report emissions from each of the sectors, categorised as energy, industrial processes, waste, agriculture, and land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF).  ... 
doi:10.1071/cp11188 fatcat:k4fjx2gd7bbajbcgxpt46wuesu

Making trees count: Measurement and reporting of agroforestry in UNFCCC national communications of non-Annex I countries

Todd S. Rosenstock, Andreas Wilkes, Courtney Jallo, Nictor Namoi, Medha Bulusu, Marta Suber, Damaris Mboi, Rachmat Mulia, Elisabeth Simelton, Meryl Richards, Noel Gurwick, Eva Wollenberg
2019 Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment  
For example, although 66% of the countries reported non-forest trees in the national inventory, only 11% gave a quantitative estimate of number of trees or areal extent.  ...  If such trees are not counted in inventories or climate change programs, then a major carbon sink is not being accounted for.  ...  Low Emissions Development Flagship, which is carried out with support from the CGIAR Trust Fund and through bilateral funding agreements.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.agee.2019.106569 fatcat:mavanabouvggxgpuu4qa6csmbu

Modeling Future Land Use Development: A Lithuanian Case

Gintautas Mozgeris, Daiva Juknelienė
2021 Land  
Data on land uses, available from the National Forest Inventory (NFI) and collected for GHG accounting from the land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) sector in the country, as well as freely  ...  This study addresses methodological principles for land use development scenario modeling assumed for use in processes of GHG accounting and management.  ...  Lithuania has developed an original land use monitoring system that is used for GHG reporting, which, up to some level, predetermines land use development projections.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land10040360 fatcat:5vdxx35itrfxhhenitedrjx6ie
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