Nepal prepares for UN forest carbon trading

12 February 2015

Nepal’s forests store more than 500 million tonnes of carbon, new government research has revealed. This is equivalent to about two thirds of India’s total emissions in 2011. Officials say this is the first nationwide survey of its kind and an important step towards preparing the country for trading carbon stored in forests, a mechanism for which is under discussion by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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