Doha: Future climate agreement may merge agriculture, land use change and forestry

DOHA, Qatar (8 December, 2012)_A unified approach to managing landscapes to achieve food security while protecting the world’s natural resources could make it on to the U.N. climate change agenda in 2015, in time for a 2020 emissions reduction agreement, said Tony La Vina, a negotiator for the Philippines.This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.