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1 Dez 2015

Roger Harrabin, BBC

COP21: Business needs to act on forests, says Prince Charles

The Prince of Wales told a meeting at the Paris climate summit that attitudes were beginning to change, with forest protection initiatives being introduced. But he said too many companies still turned a blind eye to their commercial activities destroying forests…He said the best way for governments to save forests is to grant legal title to the indigenous people who inhabit them…He said forests play a vital role in stabilising the climate by sucking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and fixing it into soils...For some developing nations, deforestation is the largest source of emissionsBut finance is now needed under that scheme to compensate developing nations for foregoing the profit from cutting their forests...