Gordon Brown unveils plan to cut deforestation

10/14/2008 | BBC

A report commissioned by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown recommends that wealthy nations give developing countries cash to protect the world's rain forests. The destruction of rain forests accounts for 20% of the world's carbon emissions. The original Kyoto accord in 1997 excluded forestry, but policymakers predict today's carbon markets could support forestry credits.

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