Speaker: Chris Henschel
Topic: Land Use
When: August 14, 2010
Event: Climate Change Conference 2010
Chris is National Manager of Conservation and Climate Change for the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. He has distinguished himself as a leading expert on forest carbon policy: he leads environmental NGOs in the global effort to establish international climate rules that encourage ecosystem protection and create accountability for forestry and land use emissions.
He is also the Canadian environmental community's expert on forest climate policy. Chris maintains the Forests and Climate Change blog (climateforests.blogspot.com) and manages the Make Forests Count campaign (makeforestscount.org). He co-authored the recent paper, "Maintaining the Role of Forests and Peatlands in Climate Regulation" in the Forestry Chonicle (pubservices.nrc-cnrc.ca/rp-ps/absres.jsp?jcode=tfc&ftl=tfc86434-4...).