www.ifaw.org/united-states/news/paris-climate-accord-victory-people-and-wildlife – a positive assessment, while warning that “Paris was the kick-off, not the goal… But the race has finally begun. The Ape Alliance`s Climate and Carbon Protection Working Group has actively advocated for “avoidable deforestation” of carbon credits that could benefit the protection of tropical forests. However, despite our efforts, the Paris climate agreement does not explicitly mention the essential role of animals such as monkeys in the spread of seeds, but only the importance of biodiversity and other “carbon-free benefits”. Primates and elephants are among the most important #GardenersoftheForest (Research on Twitter) whose survival is essential for healthy tropical forests in the future. Because by eating today`s fruits, they sow the seeds of tomorrow`s trees. Our goal is to ensure that forest carbon financing protects both animals and woodlands in forest ecosystems, thereby ensuring “sustainability” in carbon stocks and equally important that these iconic species can thrive in their natural habitat. www.redd-monitor.org/2016/01/26/what-does-the-paris-climate-agreement-mean-for-forests-and-forest-peoples-rights/ – A useful analysis of the pros and cons of the Paris Agreement, which are relevant to both the forest world and forest populations. Note: In addition to the Paris Agreement between governments, the climate discussions of CoP21 have resulted in the Paris promise for NGOs, businesses and other “non-state actors” – find out how you can help prevent dangerous climate change: www.parispledgeforaction.org/ This working group was created to explore the potential of carbon financing, in order to contribute to the conservation of monkeys and their habitat. Some conservation groups have already put these ideas into practice – see www.climate-standards.org/ and click on the projects to find them in the areas of Denbevogel. To learn more about what they can do, contact one of the Ape Alliance members. The Paris climate agreement paved the way for all countries around the world to fight climate change; it recognizes the role of healthy forests and other ecosystems in stabilizing our planet`s climate.
The text of 31 (unfccc.int/resource/docs/2015/cop21/eng/l09.pdf) contains the importance of “positive incentives to reduce emissions due to deforestation and forest degradation, as well as the role of conservation, sustainable forest management and improving carbon stocks in forests” (paragraph 55) and a single reference to biodiversity in this paragraph: issuu.com/fsc_uk/docs/forest_matters._public/5?e=19018485/30076097 – FSC Magazine, Ian Redmond`s article on animals in the forests of S.5-6. Sounds good, doesn`t it? In fact, he does! Until we realize that we are putting our descendants at risk of a (not good) warmer land. Increased deforestation, the burning of fossil fuels, agriculture and population will lead to this. China and India have increased their electricity production from coal. Left for the analysis of the Paris agreement on wild animals by the allies of the apens: our ancestors actually save us from a mini-glaciation! That`s what they did: news.mongabay.com/2016/01/fighting-climate-change-means-protecting-forests-and-wildlife/ – An indispensable reading for all those who have an interest in avoiding dangerous climate change – what all of us think! stresses the importance of the distribution of seeds by animals in carbon-rich tropical forests – and the need to #GardenersoftheForest It is difficult to measure aerosols because they are distributed in the atmosphere (complex) and the relationship between the ocean and the atmosphere (complex).