Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and Carbon Finance For Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use Projects

August 25 - August 27, 2010 Host Engineering Staff College of India
  • Kyoto Protocol & CDM Overview
  • Project Cycle, Baseline & Leakage
  • Project Design & Development
  • Preparing for Emission/Carbon Trading
  • Defining forest projects and project eligibility
  • CDM for Agriculture and Land use
  • Risks and Opportunities for Forestry Sector  in CDM Context
  • CDM for small-scale afforestation and reforestation project activities.
  • Financial and Regulatory Issues
  • Navigating pitfalls for forestry projects
  • Case Studies, Group Discussion


The programme methodology includes class room lectures with audio visuals, interactive sessions through group discussions, case studies etc. Emphasis would be laid on sharing of experiences of participants. Active participation is solicited from participants. Medium of training is English.

  • Engineers, Managers, Officers from various industries such as Agriculture & Forestry.
  • Anyone with an interest in GHG management of forest lands, and in particular corporate environmental and sustainability managers, investors, and auditors working with organizations that own forested land or engage in activities affecting forested lands.
  • Anyone with an interest in understanding GHG accounting for forest projects, in particular project developers, program administrators and Investors.
  • Consultants Governmental or Non-Governmental Organizations.
  • Individuals interested to build career in CDM domain.
  • Corporate interested to take up forestry projects.
  • Industries interested in during plantation.

Participation in the programme to benefit:
This program knowledge about how to register your project in CDM by the UNFCCC.
Identify thrust areas and scope of Carbon Credit Business
Assess CDM Potential of Forestry Sector
Preparation of CDM Project Proposals
Propagate new ideas for GHG emission Reduction
Team building with in Company –to work in CDM

25th -27th Aug. 2010 (3 Days)
ESCI Campus, Gachi Bowli, Hyderabad. Registration at 0900 hrs on the first day, on all other days, the programme will be from 0945 to 1715 hrs with breaks for lunch, tea and refreshments.  Participants who desire to avail themselves of ESCI transport to reach campus may report before 08.40 hrs at The Institution of Engineers (India), Visveswaraya Bhavan, Khairatabad, Hyderabad from where the ESCI vehicle will leave to the venue at Gachi Bowli, Hyderabad.

Dr. Shalini Sharma
Centre for Climate Change

Fee Rs.12,500 /- (Residential) per participant + Service Tax as applicable (Presently @10.3 %). Residential fee includes course material, course kit and twin-sharing / single AC accommodation as per availability, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Tea / Coffee and Snacks.  10% discount on course fee is allowed for non-residential participants.

  • Early bird incentive - 10% discount for nominations received along with participant’s fee at ESCI 15 working days before the training date.
  • Group Incentive- additional 10% discount for three or more participants, if sponsored by the same Organization, along with course fee received at ESCI 15 working days before the training date.
The Course fee is to be paid in favour of “THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (INDIA) – ENGINEERING STAFF COLLEGE OF INDIA” in the form of demand draft payable at Hyderabad.

Alternatively the payment may be made by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) to ESCI S - SB A/c No.10007111201 with The SBI, PBB Rajbhavan Road Branch, Khairatabad, Hyderabad – 500 004 by RTG’s/ NIFT / IFSC Code No: SBIN 0004159 – MICR No: 500002075


Maximum capacity of the participants for the programmes is 25.  To avoid disappointment, please register your nominations along with payment of fee addressed to:

Centre for Climate Change
Engineering Staff College of India
Gachibowli, Hyderabad 500 032, A.P. India
Phone (O): 040-23000465 / 23000466, Ext: 155
Fax: 040-23000336
Email: /

The college issues a certificate of participation on conclusion of the program.
  • ESCI has Library and Internet facilities.
  • ESCI encourages participants to present case studies of their respective organizations.
  • ESCI’s income is exempted from Income Tax. Hence, all payments to ESCI may please be made without any TDS.
  • For convenience of outstation participants ESCI will facilitate pick-up and drop from Airport/
  • Railway Station, if travel plan are received 3 days in advance along with mobile numbers by fax or email.  The charges are to be paid by the participant directly to the cab.
  • The course fee covers breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea/coffee and snacks for the actual days of the training programme.  Boarding charges for the stay before and beyond training days are to be paid by the participants at prescribed rates.
  • ESCI provides complimentary accommodation for participants from a day before the commencement and a day after the conclusion of the programme.
  • Overstay charges of @ Rs.750/ per day, per head will be charged extra.
  • ESCI provides accommodation for spouse/children on prior intimation and subject to availability @ 250/-per day, per head during the course days. Charges (for accompanying person) for food / refreshments to be paid extra as per caterer’s rates.

April 2018