The Yale Forest Forum is offering a Spring 2023 Speaker Series Webinar entitled “How Can the Voluntary Carbon Market Make a Meaningful Contribution to Protecting Tropical Forests?” on Thursdays from January 19 – April 27th from 11:30 am – 12:10 pm U.S. ET. The series will feature a wide range of experts from perspectives including tropical country governments, Indigenous peoples, buyers, standard setters, and project developers. In focusing on the issues facing tropical forest carbon crediting, the series seeks to explore the following questions: Why are tropical forest carbon credits different? Why is a distinction made between “project” and “jurisdictional” credits? How do the different parties see risks and opportunities? How does the experience in the voluntary carbon market relate to international or domestic compliance markets?
The series builds on the Fall 2022 YFF Speaker Series on “What Makes a High-Quality Forest Carbon Credit?” You can catch up on recorded lectures from the Fall Series here.
Join us every Thursday from January 19 – April 27th from 11:30 am – 12:10 pm U.S. ET. Note there will be no webinar on March 16 and March 23.
Connecticut Certified Forest Practitioners may receive 1.0 CEU credits for each live lecture attended. Email email@example.com(link sends e-mail) for further details.
Click here to register(link is external). Register once to attend all webinars and to view the recordings.