Are forest management reference levels incompatible with robust climate outcomes? A case study on Australia
The Kyoto Protocol's forest management (FM) accounting framework contains a number of deficiencies that increase the risk of parties recording credits and debits that do not reflect the additional direct anthropogenic influence on net forest emissions. To rectify these flaws, it has been proposed that the current 'gross-net' approach be replaced with a baseline-and-credit system (FM reference levels), under which credits and debits would be determined on the basis of deviation of net FM...[Show more]
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