Articles tagged as: Interviews

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On the Blog: California talks Protocols

March 14, 2011

Panelists taking part in an early morning plenary session of IETA's Carbon Forum North America might have been surprised by the high level of attendance at the 8:30 AM session....

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Survey of Project Developers Looks to the Future of Forest Planting for Carbon

August 6, 2010

With the release of a new report by Carbon Positive this week based on a survey of more than 100 developers of Afforestation/Reforestation projects, researcher Eduard Merger uncovers new perspectives and characteristics of the supply side of the forest carbon market and the unrivalled influence that domestic and international climate policy exert on the voluntary market.

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Harnessing Markets to Save Forests, Old and New

November 21, 2008

Few people have influenced the growth of ecosystem markets like New Forests founder David Brand. His career, like the industry he has helped spawn, runs the gamut from forestry to investment, and from government to non-profit to money-making....

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Dorjee Sun: Rockin' for REDD!

June 20, 2008

When not raiding illegal Indonesian logging operations with the Governor of Aceh or hanging ten off the Australian coast, Dorjee Sun is cutting carbon offset deals – among them the world's largest avoided deforestation project to date. The Ecosystem Marketplace  talks to one of the environmental movement's true mavericks.

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Shaun Paul: The Angel Investor

June 6, 2007

For the last fifteen years, Shaun Paul has been connecting local communities to global sources of technology and funding. The Ecosystem Marketplace finds out why the co-founder of EcoLogic Development Fund thinks global environmental solutions must respond to local needs....

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From Ugandan Schoolteacher to International Carbon Consultant: A Profile of Beatrice Ahimbisibwe

November 18, 2006

For years forestry carbon--paying for the carbon sequestered by trees--has been the subject of intense debate among those interested in the world's carbon markets. Critics claim these projects are all about greenwashing, naysayers say they are difficult to monitor and skeptics charge they lead to large plantations of eucalyptus.

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