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Social and economic impact of forest carbon markets in Eastern US

This project is a component of a larger study that will assess the social and economic impact of forest carbon markets and climate change policy on diverse categories of landowners.  Our proposed work aims to gain an understanding of the economic and social impacts associated with investing in forest conservation programs that connect landowners to carbon markets and other carbon pricing schemes, while maximizing the potential of privately-owned forests to mitigate climate change through increased carbon storage.

Multi-institutional | Research Working Group
June 1, 2022
– April 30, 2024

Project Details

Funded by U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities, Inc. via Pennsylvania State University (PENN STATE)

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

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

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Dr. Tatyana Ruseva

MA Program Director
Professor

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