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Friday, June 11 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Forest carbon offsets to meet net zero commitments

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This session will introduce forest carbon offsets and consider their role in helping university campuses and endowments meet net zero climate commitments. It brings fresh perspectives on how and why nature-based solutions, specifically forest carbon offsets, are an important part of global climate change mitigation and a helpful tool for achieving net zero targets. TFG is a large timberland investment manager with a focus on natural forests that is actively participating in both regulatory and voluntary markets as a producer of high-quality forestry offsets. Bluesource is a leading North American offset developer, with a deep background in project development as well as credit marketing and sales. Danone has committed to becoming net zero by 2050 and plans to include offsets as a part of its diverse strategy for climate neutrality. Together, our participating panelists will cover a) What are forest carbon credits and how are they developed; b) Why forest carbon credits are a natural climate solution and how they can play a role on the path to neutrality; and, c) How have corporations, universities and endowments utilized forest carbon credits.

Speakers
avatar for Cakey Washington

Cakey Washington

Director, Forest Carbon, The Forestland Group LLC
avatar for Christopher Adamo

Christopher Adamo

Vice President, Federal and Industry Affairs, Danone
avatar for Janet Peace

Janet Peace

Chief of Advisory Services, Bluesource
As long-time environmental advocate, Dr. Peace brings a wide spectrum of experience and passion to environmental policy career. As part of the executive management team at Bluesource LLC, she provides strategic advice to companies, NGOs and policy makers on options for reducing greenhouse... Read More →
avatar for Tommie Elder

Tommie Elder

Director of Investor Relations, The Forestland Group LLC
Tommie Elder is the Director of Investor Relations for The Forestland Group (TFG). TFG invests in sustainable natural forest management to deliver financial returns and climate change mitigation. Tommie leads new product development, investor outreach, and relationship management... Read More →


Friday June 11, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Zoom