May 28, 2018 − Croatian Agency for Environment and Nature (CAEN) presented the results of the project “Carbon sink assessment in dead organic matter and average wood stock assessment in maquis, shrubbery and first age class stands in Croatian forests“, which was launched to meet the reporting obligations of the United Nations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
The goal of the three-year project was to determine the average wood stock in the forests of maquis, shrubbery and first age class stands and to assess carbon stock in dead organic matter in Croatian forests. The project worth around 177,000 euros is funded by the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund. The project was lead by HAOP, and the contractors were Oikon and Bioinstitut.
More information and links to HAOP and Oikon’s presentations can be found HERE.
More information about the project can be found HERE.