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Over 30 000 people from 190 nations are gathered at the two-week UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
Tropical forest destruction accounts for some 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions, but quantifying these emissions has not been easy, particularly for tropical nations.
Call for a Focus on Reducing Emissions from All Land Uses.
Payments for REDD could shift power from agents of forest destruction to proponents of protection, says report.
Finding comes during global climate talks in Copenhagen; could impact other indigenous groups seeking to protect land, way of life.
Deforestation in tropical rain forests could have an even greater impact on climate change than has previously been thought.
Forest dwellers must be included in the design of the upcoming forest deal at Copenhagen in order to avoid a humanitarian crisis, according to a scientist at the University of Leeds.
A delegation of more than 20 indigenous teens, women, elders and shamen heading to historic Copenhagen climate talks today offered the world self-created video evidence and testimonials of climate change problems in their far-flung home communities.
- A handkerchief.
- In general, any miraculous portrait of Christ.