[CANCELED] - Forest Carbon Dynamics and Bringing Carbon to the Market
Due to the public health concern caused by the COVID-19 virus, UNH administration made the decision to cancel all UNH Cooperative Extension events, programs and noncredit classes through April 5. The health and safety of our staff and the many members of our New Hampshire communities that participate in our programs is most important. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this uncertain time.
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About the Event
This half-day workshop which will focus on forest carbon dynamics and carbon markets. It will provide an overview of the dynamics of forest carbon sequestration and storage and how forest management affects these processes. It will also discuss how carbon markets functions, their accounting and the methodology for calculating credits. The workshop will conclude with the anatomy of carbon offset projects, how deals are structured and the process for bringing projects to the market.
SAF Category 1 – 3 CFEs
8:30 am: Registration
9:00 am: Forest Carbon Dynamics, Paul Catanzaro, Extension Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. The dynamics of forest carbon sequestration and storage and how forest management affects these processes.
10:00 am: Carbon Accounting and Markets, John Gunn, Research Assistant Professor of Forest Management, University of New Hampshire Extension. How carbon markets function, their accounting, and the methodology for calcuating credits.
11:00 am: Carbon Offset Markets, Charles Kerchner, Director of Forest Carbon Projects, Spatial Informatics Groups. The anatomy of carbon offset projects, how deals are structure, and the process for bringing projects to market.
12:00 pm: Adjourn
Program questions? Tim Fleury: (603) 796-2151 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration questions? Gabe Roxby: (603) 224-9945 or groxby@forestsocietyorg
It is co-sponsored by the Granite State Division of the Society of American Foresters, UNH Cooperative Extension, and the Society for the Protection of NH Forests.