Indonesian forestry agreement made only paltry contribution to climate targets, study says

Published 05:57 on January 24, 2022  /  Last updated at 05:57 on January 24, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Climate Talks, EMEA, Nature-based  /  No Comments

An emissions reduction scheme to curtail deforestation in Indonesia resulted in the prevention of around 70 MtCO2e over 2011-18 from being released into the atmosphere, but this amounted to just 3% of the total required by Indonesia’s NDC, a study has found.

An emissions reduction scheme to curtail deforestation in Indonesia resulted in the prevention of around 70 MtCO2e over 2011-18 from being released into the atmosphere, but this amounted to just 3% of the total required by Indonesia’s NDC, a study has found.

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