Country Case Study on Sources and Sinks of Greenhouse Gases in Venezuela - Final Report

This document presents the results of the UNEP Project GF/4102-92-40 "Country Case Study on Sources and Sinks of Greenhouse Gases in Venezuela" initiated in November, 1993. The project is jointly coordinated by the Ministry of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources, through the General Directorate of International Relations, and the Ministry of Energy and Mines, through the General Directorate of Energy. The project constitutes one of the areas to be developed within the initiative to define a national strategy on climate change. A first step in the context of this initiative was the formulation of a national project entitled "Venezuelan Case Study to Address Climate Change", which is being implemented in three different, but interrelated, modules: Module I, on inventory of sources and sinks of greenhouse gases; Module II, on mitigation strategies; and Module III, on adaptation strategies to sea level rise and forestry.

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Main Author: United Nations Environment Programme
Other Authors: Science Division
Format: Reports and Books biblioteca
Language:English
Published: 1995
Subjects:CARBON DIOXIDE, ENERGY RESOURCES, LAND-USE CHANGE, FOREST MANAGEMENT, AGRICULTURE, COAL MINING, GREENHOUSE GASES, EMISSION INVENTORIES, VENEZUELA (BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF),
Online Access:https://wedocs.unep.org/20.500.11822/29166
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