A land-based carbon sequestration project designed to mitigate climate change, and create employment for the community and first nation residents.
A land-based carbon sequestration project to mitigate climate change, create employment opportunities for community and first nations residents, and develop forest ecosystems that will enhance adaptability of the local community and ecosystems to climate change. The Climate, Community, and Biodiversity (CCB) Project Design Standards (CCB Alliance 2008, second edition) provides a framework for designing, implementing, and evaluating the success of this project. The Project Design Documents and Validation documents outline and carefully evaluate the project area and project zone, and the design parameters confirm that the project meets or exceeds the minimum requirements for:
This project represents the first in Canada to be validated and verified under the CCBA standard.