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04-Feb-2013 EC Reports on EU-Funded REDD+ Projects
The European Commission has released the final report from last July’s Second EU REDD+ Projects Coordination...
07-May-2013 TFTProgressReport onAPPForest ConservationPolicy Commitments
30-May-2013 Land tenure and fast-tracking REDD+: time to reframe the debate?
The authors of this Analytical Paper argue that policy makers in forest countries must look beyond reform of...
Analytical Paper
21-Jan-2013 Join the Southeast Asia Peat Network !
Global Environment Centre invites researcher, volunteers, lecturers, professors, associates to join the SEA...
Announcement
08-Apr-2013 Save the Date Announcement for IUCN Peatland Conference 2013
IUCN UK Peatland Programme announce Save-the-Date for their next conference, Investing in Peatlands: Partnership for...
Announcement
17-Apr-2013 International Legal Frameworks for REDD+: Ensuring Legitimacy
Source link: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2247750
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19-Apr-2013 Towards robust subsidence-based soil carbon emission factors for peat soils in south-east Asia, with special reference to oil palm plantations
Full article at: http://www.mires-and-peat.net/map12/map_12_01.pdf
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10-May-2013 Predicting Future Conflict under REDD+ Implementation
While the exact nature and shape of conflict in REDD+ implementation is difficult to pinpoint, this study aims to...
Article
12-Jun-2013 Towards robust subsidence-based soil carbon emission factors for peat soils in south-east Asia, with special reference to oil palm plantations
Oil palm and Acacia pulpwood plantations are being established at a rapid rate on drained peatland in southeast...
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12-Jun-2013 Financial assessment of oil palm cultivation on peatland in Selangor, Malaysia
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30-Jan-2013 Deep instability of deforested tropical peatlands revealed by fluvial organic carbon fluxes
Tropical peatlands contain one of the largest pools of terrestrial organic carbon, amounting to about 89,000...
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30-Jan-2013 Deep instability of deforested tropical peatlands revealed by fluvial organic carbon fluxes
Tropical peatlands contain one of the largest pools of terrestrial organic carbon, amounting to about 89,000...
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09-Oct-2012 Wind farms on peatland will not cut carbon, say scientists
Carbon released due to disturbed peat and falling grid emissions mean future wind farms on peatland should be...
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14-Dec-2012 New Peatland Bacteria Feed On Greenhouse Gas and Excess Fertilizer
Researchers from Radboud University Nijmegen and B-WARE Research Centre have discovered new methane-consuming...
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22-Jan-2013 Putting REDD+ into practice in Indonesia
A reforestation project in Kalimantan, Indonesia hopes to demonstrate how REDD+ can actually work in practice.
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01-Feb-2013 Peatland forest destruction raises climate concern
The destruction of tropical peatland forests is causing them to haemorrhage carbon dioxide into the...
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31-Jan-2013 Deep instability of deforested tropical peatlands revealed by fluvial organic carbon fluxes
Subscribed article - Tropical peatlands contain one of the largest pools of terrestrial organic carbon, amounting...
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29-Jul-2013 ASEAN Peatlands Management Strategy 2006-2020: Promoting sustainable management of peatlands in Southeast Asia
Article from ASEAN Biodiversity Magazine, Volume 12.
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29-Jul-2013 Peatlands: Status, challenges and actions in Southeast Asia
Article from ASEAN Biodiversity Magazine, Volume 12.
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01-Jun-2013 Rotational vegetation burning effects on peatland stream ecosystems
Authors: Sorain J. Ramchunder*, Lee E. Brown, and Joseph Holden. Article first published online: 5 APR 2013
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