Workshop 2015

Agenda

FILES:

Implementation of stock change method

Guidance on reporting and accounting for cropland and grassland management in accordance with Article 3(2) of EU Decision 529/2013/EU

Guidance on reporting and accounting for Revegetation and Wetland Drainage and Rewetting Activities in accordance with Article 3(3) of EU Decision 529/2013/EU (2.1 MB)

PRESENTATIONS:

Grassi, G. Overview of the EU 2016 submissions under UNFCCC.pdf

N, Srivastava. Recent Developments in LULUCF Reporting under the Convention and the KP

E, Hasznos. LULUC Freporting and requirements under Decision 529/2013

T, Priwitzer. Information submitted by MS under Decision529/2013

R, Abad Vinas. Improvements in the EU GHG inventory LULUCF and KP LULUCF

P, Weiss. Guidance for reporting CM,GM,RV and WDR under Art3(2) and 3(3) of EU LULUCF Decision

J.J. Rincón Cristobal. Overview of the new EU wiki support forum

G, Grassi.Technical correction in the context of Forest Management Reference Level (FMRL)

S, Rüter. Preparation of HWP estimates in line with 2CMP.7 and 529/2013

M, Didion. Challenges to implementing a model based FMRL in Switzerland

Z, Somogyi. On some uncertainties in the AFOLU GHG inventory of Hungary

E, Arets. Carbon stock changes in the transition from young to mature forests

P, Canaveira. The Soil Carbon Inventory in the 6th National Forest Inventory in Portugal

E, Cienciala. The Czech LULUCF inventory-current concerns and issues

J, Moxley. Assessing The Effect of CM and GM on biomass carbon stocks in the UK

A, Gensior. CM and GM Reporting- the German way meeting the challenge

R, Farina. Activities on CM and GM estimation in Italy-use of LPIS data for reporting and field monitoring of SOC

R, Pilli. The forest Carbon Budget Model as potential verification tool of MS GHGG inventories

R, Hiederer. Data for Estimating GHG Emissions from Mineral Soils- IPCC Tier 1

E, Lugato. Modelling tools for soil organic carbon and GHG accounting

S. Rossi. New developments in the Land Use Sector GHG Tool

Conclusions

 

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