Webinar Series: Understanding Land Use in the UNFCCC
This is a four-part webinar series featuring the authors of the guide, “Understanding Land Use in the UNFCCC.” The guide’s objective is to provide clear and concise explanations on how land use is reported and accounted for under the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol in order to help negotiators, inventory compilers, project developers, reviewers and policy makers working in the field.
The first webinar provides a high-level overview of the guide, while the subsequent sessions dig deeper into the different topics.
This webinar series was recorded. To view recorded webinars, click the title of the webinar below. We also welcome ongoing discussion on webinar topics. Below each webinar is a comment field for viewers to engage in discussion.
This webinar series was hosted by the GHG Management Institute with support from the Forest Carbon, Markets and Communities (FCMC) Program.
- Focus session: Land use reporting and accounting (including CDM and JI); social and environmental safeguards
Copies of the guide and its summary for policy makers are available for download (below) in English, Spanish and French. Please utilize the following citation when referencing the guide: Iversen P., Lee D., and Rocha M., (2014) Understanding Land Use in the UNFCCC