July 31, 2013 by California Carbon
Climate Connect, London: The Climate Action Reserve has opened the Mexico Forest Protocol for stakeholder review and comment paving way for a possible supply of forestry carbon offsets to the compliance entities under California cap-and-trade scheme.
The Climate Action Reserve (Reserve) has been developing a Mexico Forest Protocol for over two years with a diverse set of stakeholders, including government agencies, nonprofit organizations, private sector, and landowners, both in the United States and in Mexico.
The protocol underwent a public comment period in January 2011 and the Reserve has responded to comments and made substantial modifications to the protocol based on stakeholder feedback. Some of the important changes from the first draft version include:
Currently, the California Air Resources Board has approved US Forest Protocol under the state’s cap-and-trade scheme.
The comment period is open till 27 August 2013.
Author: Climate Connect Limited
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