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Informal Meeting of Experts on Methodological Issues Relating to Reducing Emissions from Forest Degradation in Developing Countries
20 – 21 October 2008 in Bonn, Germany

At the workshop on "Methodological Issues relating to Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries" held in Tokyo, Japan from 25 to 27 June 2008 (see workshop report FCCC/SBSTA/2008/11), there was general agreement among the participants on the need for further consideration of methodological issues relating to estimating and monitoring emissions and changes in carbon stocks from forest degradation. Noting the need for further work on this matter, the Chair of the SBSTA proposed to have an informal meeting of experts to address this issue.  Following this proposal by the Chair of the SBSTA, the secretariat organized this informal meeting of experts on methodological issues relating to reducing emissions from forest degradation in developing countries.

pdf-icon Agenda (144 kB)

pdf-icon List of participants (204 kB)

pdf-icon The chair´s summary of Key Messages from the Meeting (82 kB)

EU, Mr. Jim Penman pdf-icon An exploration by the EU (93 kB)
FAO, Ms. Mette L. Wilkie pdf-icon Monitoring Forest Degradation: A Special Study Within the Framework of the Global Forest Resources Assessment 2010 (FRA 2010) (1716 kB)
Gabon on behalf of Congo Basin, Mr. Lee White pdf-icon Carbon dynamics in the Congo Basin 1996–2007 (4236 kB)
GOFC-GOLD Land Cover Office, Friedrich Schiller University, Germany, Mr. Martin Herold, pdf-icon Monitoring carbon emissions from forest degradation for REDD (5402 kB)
Papua New Guinea, Mr. Danilo Mollicone pdf-icon Methodological approach to estimate carbon stock changes under REDD (148 kB)

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