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The significance of carbon management in today's world cannot be overestimated; carbon is ubiquitous and its presence affects every part of life and every lifestyle. Recognition of the magnitude of the problem posed by climate change resulting from rising levels of carbon dioxide has led to unprecedented international efforts to address the issue. However, many uncertainties and controversies about the cause and effect relationships between the natural carbon cycle and anthropogenic influences remain, and the urgent demand for effective mechanisms to mitigate and prevent further increases in greenhouse gas emissions is growing. Carbon Management captures the range of expertise and innovative enquiry represented by the diverse disciplines contributing to enhancing our comprehension of carbon interactions - from meteorology, hydrology, geology and botany to economics, land management, architecture and engineering - and disseminates their collective findings. Decisions made in the next few years will have profound consequences on the impact of carbon management for decades to come. Carbon Management delivers a synthesis of the latest findings that is relevant to all those working in the fields of carbon-related research and management, environmental policy and climate change. It serves as an essential reference to inform the decisions that will shape our future, providing detailed information in an easily accessible and transparent format.
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