Johannes Joosten

Johannes Joosten, a member of the delegation from Belarus and a professor with the University of Greifswald, talks about land-use issues within the Kyoto Protocol, including the importance of peat lands, which he says are responsible for as much as three gigatons of carbon emissions each year and explains how Belorussia would like to refurbish drained peat lands and how that process depends on establishing a price for carbon credits. Also see Kent Nyström, President, World Bioenergy Association speaking from Copenhagen