Draft Forest Project Protocol Version 4.0 available for public comment

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Draft Forest Project Protocol Version 4.0
available for public review and comment
The Reserve has released the draft Forest Project Protocol Version 4.0 for public review and comment. Proposed revisions to the protocol include eligible location expansion to Hawaii and US Territories, a new public lands baseline methodology for IFM projects, replacement of the Logical Management Unit approach with project area requirements for managing selection bias, incorporation of the Reserve’s standardized inventory methodology and inventory tool, and several other updates to enhance usability. The protocol, quantification guidance, and complete summary of changes are available on the FPP Version 4.0 webpage.

Please submit public comments by Friday, May 19
Please submit written comments, preferably in MS Word format, to policy by 6:00 pm PT on Friday, May 19.

Join us for an online workshop on Thursday, April 27
The Reserve will conduct an online public workshop to discuss and respond to questions on the draft protocol on Thursday, April 27, 11:00 am -12:00 pm PT. Register Here

The Climate Action Reserve is the most experienced, trusted and knowledgeable offset registry to serve the carbon markets. With deep roots in California and a reach across North America, the Reserve encourages actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and works to ensure environmental benefit, integrity and transparency in market-based solutions to address global climate change. The Reserve program promotes immediate environmental and health benefits to local communities and brings credibility and value to the carbon market. The Climate Action Reserve is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, California. For more information, please visit www.climateactionreserve.org.
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