Assessing carbon sequestration in European forests

October 3, 2005

Brussels, 30 Sep 2005

The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) has issued a call for tenders on developing harmonised methods for assessing carbon sequestration in European forests.

The proposal for a monitoring scheme on carbon sequestration in forests aims at:
- improving harmonisation and comparability of the LUCF sector in the annual greenhouse gas inventory reports of Member States, as implemented under the mandate of the EU Monitoring Mechanism;
- strengthening and harmonising the existing national systems in such a way that they meet the requirements of international monitoring and reporting of GHG emissions and sinks in the forestry sector.

For further information, please contact:


European Commission
Directorate-General JRC
Institute for Environment and Sustainability
Management Support Unit
Attn: Manuela Grossi
TP 263
Via Fermi 1
I-21020 Ispra


Fax +39 03 32 78 95 40
E-mail: jrc-ies-tender@cec.ru.int


To see the full details of the call, please consult the following web address:
http:///ted.publications.eu.int/udl?REQUE ST=Seek-Deliver&LANGUAGE=en&DOCI D=185709-2005
Remarks: The deadline for requesting tender documents is 17.10.2005.
The deadline for submitting tender documents is 9.11.2005.


Before contacting the Commission, tenderers are strongly advised to consult the original call text in the Official Journal of the European Union at the reference below.

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities
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