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제목 "Measuring and Monitoring Terrestrial Carbon as Part of “REDD+” MRV Systems: The State of the Science and Implications for Policy Makers"
Dear Colleagues,
"Measuring and Monitoring Terrestrial Carbon as Part of “REDD+” MRV Systems: The State of the Science and Implications for Policy Makers"
The Policy Brief  is now available online at: http://www.terrestrialcarbon.org/Publications.aspx

To meet international requirements, countries and on-the-ground implementers will need appropriate carbon measurement and monitoring methods. This Policy Brief summarises important aspects of key methods, including their maturity, cost, and availability. It also describes how policy choices determine measurement and monitoring quality, and input and capacity requirements, and provides recommendations to progress to full terrestrial carbon accounting. This Policy Brief is an edited extract from a report commissioned in conjunction with the UN-REDD Programme.

It is also part of a bigger project. The Terrestrial Carbon Group, in partnership with UN-REDD agencies, the World Bank and CGIAR institutions, is producing a 'Roadmap for Terrestrial Carbon:  Research Needs for Implementation of Carbon Management in Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Uses'. A final version, intended to inform UNFCCC negotiations, will be completed in November 2009 and will propose strategies for filling technical and scientific gaps through coordinated, multi-lateral, multi-scale cooperation in 2010-2012.

New analysis and a proposed collaborative strategy will be presented by the Terrestrial Carbon Group, the World Bank and partners at the UN Climate Change Negotiations in Barcelona on Friday 6 November 2009 during the side event : 'Meeting Research Needs for Implementation of Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Uses (AFOLU)'.

For more information, please contact the Terrestrial Carbon Group Project’s Science Director, Dr Christine Negra, by emailing: negra@heinzcenter.org or Advisor, Tanja Havemann, by emailing: tanja.havemann@terrestrialcarbon.org

Thank you

Fiona McKenzie
Policy Advisor
Terrestrial Carbon Group | Sydney
+61 432 922 652
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