Category: LULUCF

The Green Wall of China: Enough to keep the Yellow Dragon at Bay?

Every year, Beijing and other major cities in East Asia are tormented by the infamous Yellow Dragon. Not to be confused with Hoàng Long, the mythical hornless dragon which bestowed Emperor Fu Xi  with the fundamentals of written script, this

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Making REDD+ more attractive for the Private Sector

The private sector is often cast as a necessary but dangerous antagonist in the REDD+ world, and there are good reasons for this.  From carbon cowboys to imaginary baselines, there is plenty of evidence that when money can grow on

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LULUCF: Definitions and Institutional Challenges

According to the UN Climate Change Secretariat, Land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) is defined as “A greenhouse gas inventory sector that covers emissions and removals of greenhouse gases resulting from direct human-induced land use, land use change and