New Approach to Forest Carbon Accounting Aims to Enhance Accuracy & Transparency

American Forest Foundation

A first-of-its-kind carbon accounting methodology for Improved Forest Management (IFM), designed to provide more measurable proof of climate impact and to solve access challenges for small forest landowners, has officially been approved for use in the United States and around the world.

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