United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
This review takes stock of progress made by Bosnia and Herzegovina in the management of its environment since 2010. It covers issues of importance to the country related to legal and policy frameworks, greening the economy, air protection, forestry, water and waste management, biodiversity and protected areas and protection of the Adriatic Sea.
The report Driving Deforestation: The Impact of Expanding Palm Oil Demand through Biofuel Policy looks at the current demand and potential 2030 demand for palm oil from biofuel policies in key countries and in the aviation industry. It presents low, medium and high scenarios for the role of 2030 biofuel production in increasing demand for palm oil.
This report, Multi-functionality and Sustainability in the European Union's Forests, focuses on scientific knowledge related to the many factors contributing to forests’ interaction with climate change, and the ways in which different policies and management structures may interact with biodiversity.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Environment at a Glance 2015 updates key environmental indicators and relevant socio-economic and sectoral indicators to track OECD country progress on major environmental issues and inform policy development and evaluation.
This report LIFE and Climate Change Mitigation contains information on climate change mitigation projects supported by LIFE in different sectors including: energy, transport, agriculture amd forestry, peatlands and wetlands and enterprises, as well as a section on local and national action.
The report Climate change and primary industries: Impacts, adaptation and mitigaton in the Nordic countries and policy recommendations provide a baseline and a way forward, a focus for the activities that can help the Nordic region to address the threats and opportunities of climate change for our primary production systems.
As France works out its plan to tackle climate change issues, questions are arising in the forest sector as to how sectoral mitigation programs such as those designed to enhance fuel wood consumption or to stimulate in-forest carbon sequestration may coincide with an inter-sectoral program such a