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A shared research agenda for landuse, landuse change, forestry and the clean development mechanism : developed through an international workshop held 6-8 March 2001, Bogor, Indonesia

CIFOR - IDN, CIRAD - FRA, Ministry of Environment (Indonésie) - IDN, FAO - ITA. 2001. A shared research agenda for landuse, landuse change, forestry and the clean development mechanism : developed through an international workshop held 6-8 March 2001, Bogor, Indonesia. Jakarta : CIFOR, 76 p. International Workshop on Developing a Shared Research Agenda for LUCF and CDM: Research Needs and Opportunities after COP6, Bogor, Indonésie, 6 March 2001/8 March 2001.

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Abstract : Dans les changements climatiques, quelque 20% de l'effet de serre sont dus à l'utilisation des terres et aux changements intervenant dans cette utilisation, ainsi qu'à l'exploitation des forêts. Dans ce contexte, les objectifs de l'atelier international de mars 2001 étaient de rassembler des chercheurs, des responsables des politiques d'environnement, des représentants du secteur privé et des bailleurs de fonds de 19 pays, réunis pour identifier les domaines-clés en besoins de recherches pour un "développement propre" en matière d'utilisation des ressources foncières, et définir les bases d'un agenda de recherches coordonnées. Le présent document représente la synthèse des différents groupes de travail de cet atelier

Résumé (autre langue) : About 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions are from landuse, landuse change and forestry (LULUCF) and mostly are from deforestation in the tropics. In March 2001 the Centre for International Forestry Research facilitated an international workshop to identify a global agenda of high priority research questions key to research areas related to the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and LULUCF. This document summarizes the workshop report that discussed the following issues: Capacity building and information sharing are critical for building support and political will for backing LULUCF projects; Scale was identified as a main issue in the current negotiation process; A global overview and evaluation of the potential for different CDM options is needed to provide insight into scale issues; The need to reduce costs was identified and set up as the main agenda for further research; Solving the problems of permanence is crucial if forestry projects are to be included in the protocol; Leakage is one of the main concerns raised by negotiators and other stakeholders opposed to the inclusion of LULUCF in the CDM; The production of forest carbon requires consistent, reliable and verifiable monitoring; A reliable, verifiable and cost-effective baseline is needed to calculate the additional certified emissions reduction (CER) accruing to CDM. A number of broader research topics were identified.

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Utilisation des terres, Gestion foncière, Gestion des ressources, Protection de l'environnement, Impact sur l'environnement, Effet de serre, Recherche, Changement climatique, Forêt, protection de la forêt

Mots-clés complémentaires : Développement reproductible

Classification Agris : P01 - Nature conservation and land resources
K70 - Forest injuries and protection

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