Source : Forest and Landscape
To mark the International Year of the Forest a one day seminar “REDD+ expectations and experiences” will be held. The aim of the seminar is to examine critical issues that have arisen in the international effort to design and implement mechanisms for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. Initially put forward as a relatively simple means of mitigating climate change by avoiding deforestation, the expectations associated with REDD+ have steadily increased. At the same time, it has become increasingly apparent that building a national and international REDD+ mechanism is a lengthy and complex process. The seminar will bring together researchers and practitioners to compare expectations associated with REDD+ with experiences gained from pilot forest carbon initiatives.
Researchers, practitioners, and students with an interest in REDD+.
The Technical Advisory Service (TAS) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark together with the International Union of Forest Research Organisations (IUFRO), and Forest & Landscape Denmark (FLD) of University of Copenhagen.
Eigtveds Pakhus, Asiatisk Plads 2 G, 1448 Copenhagen.
14th September 9.00-17.00
A poster session will be organised related to the thematic sessions. Interested participants should forward title and abstract of their poster to the organisers together with the name of authors and their institutional affiliation. Registration deadline for poster session is 9th September 2011.
NGOs interested in displaying information regarding their activities are most welcome to use the poster session as information platform and/or to bring brouchures or other information material to the seminar
Information and registration
Please contact: Charlotte Bukdahl Jacobsen: firstname.lastname@example.org at Forest & Landscape, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen. Please also indicate the thematic session of interest. Deadline for registration is 9th September 2011.