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Daily News / Forestry / Europe / Global
July 6, 2016

How can European state forests contribute to post-2020 EU climate policy targets?

How can European state forests contribute to post-2020 EU climate policy targets?

Forests and sustainable forest management (SFM) continue to be firmly on the international climate change agenda. At the COP 21 conference, 195 countries agreed on the first universal and legally-binding global climate deal. The ambitious agreement aims to limit the global temperature increase to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels by the end of the century.

Article 5 of the Paris Agreement strongly recognizes the role of forests and SFM in mitigating climate change.

According to a press release,

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