Canadian forest and climate video

A Canadian video on forest and climate change is published at the video section of the IFFA web page.

 

  • Published: 03.05.2017
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • Tags: #Video  # Sustaiable forestry  # climate change 
  • Dr. Werner Kurz, Canadian Forest Service

    The video is produced by the Canadian Forest Service, Natural resources, and was used at the IFFA side event at the 12 session of United Nations Forum on Forest, UNFF 12, in New York 3 May.

    The main massage is that sustainable managed forests give a stable carbon stocks as well as forest products and recreation. Sustainable manage forest mitigate climate changes and increase production and livelihood at the same time.

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