This collection of content explores the topic of carbon sequestration and accounting. There are two ways to address rising atmospheric CO2: reducing emissions and absorbing and storing CO2. Trees and wood products can do both.
Trees: The ultimate renewable24 Feb 2021
By 2050 the human population is forecast to expand from 7.5 to 9.6 billion people. We will require 70% more food (United Nations), 50% more fuel (International Energy Agency), and 50% more water (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development).
We also need to reduce CO2 emissions by over 80% (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). All of these...
Understand how trees improve the carbon balance - carbon investing improves your ROI from trees15 Oct 2020
Many private landowners have expressed a strong interest in using trees to reduce climate impacts by sequestering more carbon.
Co-incidentally this carbon investment will increase the economic return from trees on farms which adds to a myriad of other benefits....
Carbon storage and trading through farm forestry: A survey of farmers in Tasmania - Executive summary 201015 Oct 2020
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