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Clayton Mboma BioCarbon Partners Ltd
 
HA NGUYEN Department of Earth and Environment Boston University Boston, MA 02215
 
jane lomosi Africa Climate and Sustainable Development (ACSD)
 
LUIS BETANCUR SYMMETRY ASSETS MANAGEMENT ALBERTA COMPANY WITH BRANCHS AND SUBSIDIARIES IN CENTRAL AMERICA AND SOUTH AMERICA www.symmetryinc.com
 
Evan Neyland Forest Trends
 
Solomon Muasa The _urban Culture Farms
 
Shawn McMichael Jadora helps grow the green economy by generating and selling forest carbon credits, also known as carbon offsets, from standing forests. We do this by giving land stewards a profitable and sustainable alternative to logging and other deforestation drivers. Jadora is a global leader in sustainable forest ecosystem management. We are experts in developing high-quality, sustainable and science-driven solutions, which help mitigate climate change by reducing deforestation. We do this by offering stakeholders in the land a profitable, yet sustainable alternative to logging their forests. Instead of being compensated for allowing someone to cut trees down, the lands stewards are paid to keep their forest standing through the generation of carbon credits, which can be sold on the global carbon markets. While the basic concept is simple, the process of generating forest carbon credits is highly complex, capital intensive, and involves multiple stakeholders. Since 2008, landowners and local communities have trusted Jadora to provide the expertise and commitment that large-scale forest management requires, with proven results. To Learn more about what we do check out http://jadora.com or contact us at email info@jadora.com
 
FRANCISCO LAVADO SACHA WILLKA
 
Salomon Salumu Any Organization.
 
nyekan eboko
 
Robin Lisowski WECC
 
andrea alvarez ECO LOGISTICS S.A.S
 
Katie Silva The Rainforest Alliance is an international nonprofit organization that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior. Based in New York City, with offices throughout the United States and worldwide, the Rainforest Alliance works with people whose livelihoods depend on the land, helping them transform the way they grow food, harvest wood and host travelers. For more information, please visit http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/about.
 
June Reyes Willamette Partnership
 
L Mathews Inheritance India
 
Sudeep Ghimire Center for Environment Research and Development, Nepal
 
Rosana DM Sutton Freelance - project developer.
 
Lee Brill Pinson Properties LLC Timuquan Properties LLC
 
Charlie Parker Climate Focus
 
Sana Vorperian Climate Action Reserve
 
Raymond Rusinak
 
richard pettifor CIFOR
 
Antony La'Beta Independent
 
Daniel Avila Biosphere, Environmental Engineering Mexican Center of Industrial Ecology, BIOECO
 
Rizza Karen Veridiano Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute - Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics
 
Kwadwo Yamoah The organization intends to expand and maintain existing 12.5 hectares forest plantation to about 350 hectares within the five years project development program (2015-2020). This investment program which seeks to contribute to carbon emission reduction from the atmosphere is also geared towards enhancing other environmental and social benefits. Essentially, the project will contribute directly to global benefits of environmental management and the overall strategic framework of developing natural resource protection and management.
 
Jimmy Villegas Ong Environment
 
Amanda Manyani ICRISAT