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From the Paris agreements to the new EU regulation for the inclusion of forests in the objectives for reducing greenhouse gases: opportunities and challenges for the Italian forestry sector

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Date
07/06/2018
Time
15.30 - 17.30
Where
Aula Magna, Università della Montagna —Via Morino 8, Edolo (BS)
Speaker
Roberto Pilli European Commission, Joint research Centre, Bio-Economy Unit
Language
italiano
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With the signing of the Paris Agreement in 2015, forest management has played a key role in achieving a balance between emissions and reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, to be achieved both through a reduction in emissions related to deforestation and a strengthening of absorption related to forest management.

The new National Forest Code which has recently come into force coincides, at a European level, with the approval of the new EU regulations for the inclusion of the forestry sector in the objectives of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The commitments envisaged by the new legislation in particular include the mandatory reporting of carbon stored in wood products, and a new way of calculating the emissions and reduction of greenhouse gases attributable to forest management, through a reference level based on the definition of previous and future management practices, the implementation of which is the sole responsibility of each individual country.

For Italy the implementation of this regulation can represent not only a challenge but also an opportunity for a further relaunch of the entire forestry production chain. For this purpose it is desirable to plan the use of forest resources specifically, with innovative analysis tools able to identify integration strategies between functions that are not only complementary, such as protection and carbon-retention, but often also competitive, such as the enhancement of wood resources and the functional recovery of the large amount of coppice areas in Italy.

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