China Yunnan Improved Forest Management

Improved Forest Management Forestry


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10,000.00 トン ! トンはCO2排出量(t-CO2e)を指しています。






The Yunnan Kunming Liangqu Improved Forest Management (IFM) Project covers a total project area of 25,613 ha—57.11% of which is forest, with the rest composed mainly of mountainous regions and steep hillsides. The project has strictly banned the annual commercial timber harvest to reach its aim of protecting the ecological environment, improving the forest coverage rate, and reducing the production of carbon emissions. It's expected to generate 1,094,680 tonnes of CO2 equivalent (tCO2e) over its 17-year crediting period with an average annual emission reduction of 54,734 tonnes. The project owner has set up a team in charge of collecting, monitoring, verifying, and reporting the data. This includes working with a consultant company to monitor changes in forest carbon stocks and greenhouse gas emissions due to project activity, confirm project activity, and determine changes in forest carbon stocks and greenhouse gas emissions from disturbance and illegal logging. Sustainable forests maintained with IFM are more resilient to the impacts of climate change, have larger, older trees, high growth rates and a higher production of wood products. From northern pines to tropical forests, this approach prioritizes long-term gains over unsustainable short-term economic activity. SCB is a world-leading environmental markets company with 17 years’ experience in low-carbon commodities, practices and solutions. SCB works with companies on the best strategy to balance financial rewards with sustainability commitments, and provides companies with a range of options to meet their environmental obligations. Through their in-depth knowledge of sustainability, SCB supports companies to map and achieve their sustainability and financial goals in a dynamic context. With decades of experience, SCB is highly versed in market regulations, policies, and programmes and continuously develops on-the-ground local knowledge. Their best practices on the promotion of carbon pricing systems is a valuable means of channelling increased finance to the climate transition.