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Topic: A2. Wetlands in the IPCC processes

Daniel Murdiyarso and Randy Kolka

This section describes the IPCC, how it was established and the scope of its works. The IPCC conducts an assessment of published literature; it does not conduct research or monitoring; it aims to present balanced scientific information and reports of relevant policy. It produces guidelines for conducting inventory of greenhouse gas emissions by sectors. Over a 20-year period, IPCC guidelines have evolved considerably. In the 2013 Supplement to 2006 Guidelines, the methodologies are more specific, encompassing various land-use activities on wetlands.

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  • Bourgeau-Chavez, Laura
  • Brown, Ben
  • Chazarin, Florie
  • Friess, Daniel
  • Hergoualc’h, Kristell
  • Herold, Martin
  • Kauffman, Boone
  • Kolka, Randy
  • Lilleskov, Erik
  • Locatelli, Bruno
  • MacKenzie, Richard
  • Margono, Belinda
  • Murdiyarso, Daniel
  • Pramova, Emilia
  • Warren, Matthew
  • Verchot, Lou