“Carbon credits.” “Carbon sinks.” “Cap and trade.” “Compliance versus Voluntary markets.” As a forester or landowner, you may have heard these terms but don’t know how they apply to you. To help forest landowners and managers better understand forest carbon markets and what this all may mean for their future, the Forest History Society, with the help of Sarah Ford and Jessica Bakowski from Forest Carbon Works, is holding two webinars to introduce participants to forest carbon markets and explain how carbon revenues can help conserve American forests.
The Forest History Society will hold An Introduction to Forest Carbon Markets webinar on January 30th from 1 to 2 pm EST.
In this webinar presented by Sarah Ford and Jessica Bakowski of Forest Carbon Works, you’ll learn the history of carbon markets in general and forest markets in particular, including about the Chicago Climate Exchange, Cap and Trade, and voluntary markets, before being introduced to today’s U.S. carbon markets for forest landowners.
This webinar has been approved for 1 hour of CFE credit in Cat. 1.
To take part in this webinar, register at “Conversations in Forest History” – Forest History Society