New methodology to address 'dearth' of forestry offsets

Methodology should increase supply, developer says, providing end-users with high-quality carbon offsets


The lack of workable, scientifically sound methodologies for improved forest management (IFM) projects has resulted in 'a dearth' of forest carbon offset projects in the US, according to project developer Finite Carbon.

Its Improved Forest Management (IFM) methodology for US commercial timberlands has just been approved by the American Carbon Registry and the company hopes this will help redress the imbalance by giving landowners more choice in how they can generate carbon offsets, increasing

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