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n Southern African Forestry Journal - Forestry and climate change : guest editorial

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Extracted from text ... Southern African Forestry Journal - No. 198, July 2003 _ Guest Editorial Forestry and climate change Scientists continue to debate the exact mechanisms, impacts and magnitude of climate change, but are now virtually unanimous that the climate is changing, largely due to human actions, and will continue to do so for at least the next century (IPCC, 2001). It is clear that even if the nations of the world collectively reduce their emissions by a fraction substantially greater than that proposed by the Kyoto Protocol, the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases will continue to rise, and so will the ..

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2003-07-01
2016-12-05
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