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Climate Change, Trees and Livelihood: A Case Study on the Carbon Footprint of a Karen Community in Northern Thailand

Global climate change is increasingly affecting the agricultural sector of Thailand in various ways, manifested by worsening drought, floods, and irregular rainfall. All these are additional risks to livelihood activities, resources, food security, and thus may lead to an increase of poverty. Thailand ratified the UNFCCC on 28 December 1994 and ratified the Kyoto Protocol …

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REDD+ And Indigenous People! A Briefing Paper For Policy Maker

REDD+ is a set of policy proposals on climate change mitigation currently being negotiated in the UNFCCC. It stands for: Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation. The Plus refers to: Conservation of forests Enhancement of carbon stocks Sustainable management of forests REDD is about providing positive incentives for countries to stop their deforestation and …

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