Forest

Forest Carbon Webinar Series - Carbon Offset Markets

Fri, 06/26/2020
3:00pm - 4:00pm

Join Charles Kerchner, Director of Forest Carbon Projects, Spatial Informatics Group for a one hour discussion on the anatomy of carbon offset projects, how these deals are structured, and the process for bringing projects to the market.

SAF Category 1 - 1.0 CFEs

About the Forest Carbon Webinar Series

This webinar series 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. We will present a brief overview of general principles of managing for wildlife habitat and forest carbon. The series will conclude with the anatomy of carbon offset projects, how deals are structured and the process for bringing projects to the market.

Instructions:

  1.  Please read all these instructions.

  2.  You need to register for this webinar to receive the link to join and to receive CEUs. There is unlimited space for participants, the ID simply provides you the necessary access. Obtain your registration ID via https://unh.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqc-mprD0qG9LtqDy-GK8jPK7oTHxv-CWf.

  3.  The registration page prompts you to provide your name and email. This information will be used to provide CEUs via email after the webinar. You must register and attend the webinar if you want to receive documentation for CEU credits.

  4.  After registration you will receive information and the link to the webinar via email. Please retain this email.

  5.  The registration email you receive provides the link you will use the day of the webinar.  If you have any questions contact Steve Roberge at steven.roberge@unh.edu

Program questions?  Tim Fleury: (603) 796-2151 or tim.fleury@unh.edu

Registration questions?  Steve Roberge: (603) 862-4861 or steven.roberge@unh.edu

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.

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