TAILIEUCHUNG - Impact of the global forest industry on atmospheric greenhouse gases
Replacing agricultural land for energy crop plantations, as the former lack proper structure (because of following mono agricultural pattern) cannot be justified by any possible terms. The biodiversity that energy crops support can have a positive impact on one type of species where a completely harmful impact on another. Planting non indigenous crops for the sake for increasing production and profit may harm the local bio diversity even further. Often non indigenous crops destroy the natural landscape and may lead to fragmentation of the ecological diversity. It is a common belief that energy crops plantations can serve as buffer zones/corridors that are capable of providing additional ecological services. Proper evaluation is required to further justify this claim. . | Impact of the global forest industry on atmospheric greenhouse gases Cover photos Natural and planted forest Veracel N. Souza paper industry Bahia Specialty Cellulose Imoact of the Global forest FORESTRY PAPER industry on atmospheric 159 greenhOuse gases Reid Miner Vice President - Sustainable Manufacturing National Council for Air and Stream Improvement NCASI Research Triangle Park North Carolina United States of America FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS Rome .
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