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Carbon Additionality and Leakage in Forest Management: A How-To for U.S. Landowners

This project will generate a scoping review of additionality and leakage requirements of carbon markets, protocols, and programs and create scenarios of forest carbon additionality to be used in decision-making tools.  The team will design and pilot a decision-making tool and associated resource guide for forest landowners and forestry professionals.

Multi-institutional | Research Working Group
September 16, 2023
– September 15, 2027

Project Details

Funded by USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

Research Institute for Environment, Energy, and Economics (RIEEE)

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Dr. Tammy Kowalczyk

Director of the Appalachian Impact Clinic
Professor

Dr. Tatyana Ruseva

MA Program Director
Professor

Dr. Gregg Marland

Affiliated Research Professor

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