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Title: Sustainable Forest Model: A systematization of experience at the Occidental Zone of Nicaragua.
Other Titles: Modelo Forestal Sostenible: Una sistematización de experiencias en la zona de occidente de Nicaragua
Authors: Zúniga-González, Carlos Alberto
Toruno, Pedro Jose
Flores, Marina Ruiz
Authors (Email): Zuniga Gonzalez, Carlos Alberto (
Toruño, Pedro Jose (
Flores, Marina Ruiz (
Keywords: Mitigation
Climate Change
Experiences Systematization
Sustainable Forest Management
Climate-Smart Agriculture
JEL Codes: F:18
Issue Date: 2012-12-07
Series/Report no.: Working papers series
Abstract: The study is focused into measure as the CCM-N program has impacted where the sustainable forest model and environmental are considered in the analysis. The Balance Carbon tool was used for measuring the climate change mitigation and the approach of the systematization experience for understanding and interpreting the learned lessons. The results show a positive impact on the carbon footprint for mitigating the of greenhouse emissions, however the experiences analyzed on the survey choice indicate that is necessary to make greater organizational efforts for improving the productive process where the forest system will be an axis for the economic activities.
Institution/Association: National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, León (UNAN-León)>Researching Centre for Agrarian Sciences and Applied Economic (RCASAE)>Working Papers
Total Pages: 21
From Page: 3
To Page: 15
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