International Lecture by R.A. Houghton and 2013 ICCG Climate Thinktank Ranking Award Ceremony
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REDD+ is a good start for reducing the emissions of carbon from land, but more ambitious management practices might be needed to stabilize the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere almost immediately. On October 2, 2014 Richard A. Houghton, acting president of the Woods Hole Research Center, will deliver at ICCG in Venice an international lecture entitled “Beyond REDD+: What management of land can and cannot do to help control atmospheric CO2”. During the event, the ICCG will also announce the winner of the "2013 ICCG Climate Think Tank Ranking Award".