Landscapes Debate Could Reinvigorate U.N. Climate Talks in Warsaw – Negotiator

25 October 2013

A dedicated Global Landscapes Forum to coincide with upcoming international climate change talks in Warsaw will highlight the benefits of taking a holistic approach to land-use management and could give the strategy a key role in efforts to curb global warming, an international climate negotiator has said.

Negotiators are expected to broaden the scope of talks rather than solving some of the controversial details related to the verification of carbon emissions under the U.N.-backed REDD+ (Reducing Emissions caused by Deforestation and forest Degradation) scheme, which stalled during climate change negotiations in Doha, Qatar, last year.

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