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Climate change is a complex issue, and its effects are felt not only in certain countries. It is a worldwide problem whose solution requires international cooperation in order to stabilize the concentration of GHGs in the atmosphere. The present research focuses on the mitigation strategies in the forestry and energy sectors in both the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of South Africa. Forests play a major role in carbon sequestration and carbon storage. However, the use of energy sources with low carbon emission is also recommended. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a tropical country, and like most other countries, it is also concerned about GHG emissions even though it has the second largest forest resources worldwide after the Amazon. The country is affected by emissions owing to deforestation and forest degradation. Different lower or non-carbon-emitting sources in the DRC and the RSA are compared in this research as well as climate change mitigation strategies in both the forestry and energy sectors. A design for sustainable mitigation in the forestry and energy sectors of the DRC and the RSA has been suggested in this book.
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