Lifting the lid: how high-quality, nature-based carbon credits are made.

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Experienced project developers from diverse projects will discuss steps, roles, and stakeholders in creating high-quality credits. Highlighting actions for quality outcomes, including biodiversity and climate measures, FPIC process, revenue sharing, third-party certifications, and MRV. Audience questions will be addressed by speakers including Native, Southpole, American Forest Foundation, Wildlife Works, CQuestCapital.


In this session, we delve into the intricacies of creating high-quality, nature-based carbon credits by providing a comprehensive understanding of the life cycle of nature-based carbon credit projects and the processes leading to their high-integrity outcomes.

Our expert speakers, experienced project developers engaged in various NCS projects, will share valuable insights on NCS project design and implementation within the voluntary carbon market. Discover the crucial roles played by key stakeholders, including local communities, Indigenous Peoples, NGOs, and carbon crediting programs.

Emphasizing diverse mitigation actions, our speakers will highlight the paramount importance of biodiversity conservation and restoration, fostering tangible benefits for local communities and long-lasting climate mitigation outcomes.

The session features six experienced project developers, exploring a wide spectrum of projects from REDD+ initiatives to reforestation efforts, covering tropical forests, peatlands, and mangroves.

Gain insight into their roles and engagement with key stakeholders throughout the process. Key aspects like obtaining Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) from Indigenous Peoples, revenue and benefit sharing mechanisms, and third-party certification programs for transparency and credibility will be discussed.

Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) will also be explored to underscore the importance of accurate assessment and monitoring. Beyond insightful presentations, this interactive session encourages audience participation.

Engage directly with our speakers, ask questions, and explore collaborative learning experiences. Our esteemed panellists represent notable organizations with significant contributions to nature-based carbon credits, including Native, Southpole, American Forest Foundation, Wildlife Works, and CQuestCapital.

"Lifting the Lid: How High-Quality, Nature-Based Carbon Credits Are Made" promises to enlighten attendees, providing a comprehensive view of NCS projects and the essential steps for impactful climate mitigation outcomes. Whether you're a seasoned professional or new to this field, this event offers a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and network with like-minded individuals driving positive change for our planet.

The Zoom Link for this session is

18th, September 2023 from 09:15 to 10:45
Madison Hub
Convene 101 Park Avenue
New York,
United States