Wangari Maathai, 68, Nobel Prize winner in 2004 for works of reforestation in Kenya, called for talks on climate change to focus on protecting forests, especially forests of Amazonia, Southeast Asia and the basin Congo.
Will be established mechanisms to encourage conservation of forests, including financial rewards.
Negotiations will take place in Poznan, Poland, and the final fair will take place in Copenhagen in December 2009.
Global warming, a false theory
'Global warming, a false theory' - and journalist says botanist David Bellamy.
In the last 10 years has increased the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere of 5%, this phenomenon has no influence on global average temperatures.
Prince Charles against deforestation
Prince Charles of Great Britain met Monday with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia and presented his ideas for saving the rain forest.
Plants that attract rabbits and squirrels
Some of the properties of honey
Honey is a complex food rich in vitamins and iron, even if very sweet, not hurt people with diabetes and no will to keep blood sugar stable nivelel.
Of NCAR scientists discovered that plants in a forest respond to stress by producing nuts in significant amounts to a form of aspirin.
Unlike humans, who are advised to take aspirin to decrease a temperature, plants and their ability to produce their own aspirin, leading to the formation of proteins that stimulate the biochemical defense system, says Thomas Karl, NCAR, which led study.