Mandarin Oriental, 1330 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, D.C.
Join AEMI and Forest Trends for a high-level gathering of public, private, and philanthropic communities in forestry, carbon, ecological restoration, water resources management, and corporate sustainability. Connect and network with leaders from corporations, local, state and federal agencies, regulators, consultants, providers, and users of offsets, policymakers, nonprofits and universities. This working summit will advance natural infrastructure and tools that […]
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the majesty and mystery of the Mekong River and Region in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos with a unique group of experts who are working here to combat the impacts of deforestation and climate change, protect biodiversity, and partner with indigenous communities to protect their homeland. Our itinerary includes two […]
Forest Trends has been working with officials from the EU Member States, Australia and the United States (US) Lacey enforcement agencies over the last seven years to further understanding of complex high-risk supply chains for wood products and to support coordinated implementation of the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), the Australian Illegal Logging Prohibition Act (ILPA), […]
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Caisse des Dépôts, 15 quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris
BBOP will hold its final conference in Paris for up to 180 people on 27-29 November 2018. The event will provide high visibility for industry, financial institutions and governments and offer tremendous learning opportunities for delegates to examine the future direction of managing biodiversity related risk and opportunity around the world. That conference is scheduled to […]
Since 2012, Forest Trends and Chatham House have been working with officials from EU Member States and US Lacey enforcement agencies, to further understanding of complex high-risk supply chains for wood products and support coordinated implementation of the EU Timber Regulation and US Lacey Act. These two workstreams have merged into a process called the […]
City Conference Centre, Drottninggatan 71b, Stockholm, Sweden
Join Forest Trends and our partners at the following sessions: An Action Agenda for Green Infrastructure Sunday 26 August | 09.00-10.30 | Room: NL 253 Forest Trends / Nature Insurance Value: Assessment and Demonstration Project Consortium / Deltares / The Nature Conservancy / Alliance for Global Water Adaptation / Stockholm International Water Institute / ICATALIST […]
The Paris Agreement. Offsetting in international aviation. Compliance carbon markets. National and subnational regulations. What do these recent and rapidly changing developments mean for voluntary carbon markets? Ecosystem Marketplace welcomes you to our first presentation of our forthcoming report, Voluntary Carbon Markets: Q1 2018 Outlooks and Trends (limited version will be available July 25th). Join us […]
Webinar: Launch of “Zooming In: Companies, Commodities, & Traceability Commitments that Count, 2018”
On February 28, 2018 at 11 am EST, join our Supply Change team, along with Ceres, and Green Century Capital Management as well as CDP to discuss new research around companies that are seeking to address commodity-driven deforestation by tracing supplies to their origin – be it factory, field, or forest – so they can […]
Webinar from Washington D.C.
This webinar on December 12, 2017, 12-1 pm will discuss the REDD+ findings of Ecosystem Marketplace’s latest report, “Fertile Ground: State of Forest Carbon Finance 2017.” Lead report author Kelley Hamrick will share market trends of both REDD+ projects and REDD+ national programs. Guest panelists David Antonioli of the Verified Carbon Standard, Mike Korchinsky of […]
Washington, DC, United States
This webinar will take place on December 11, 2017, 12-1 pm and will discuss findings from Forest Trends’ new “State of Biodiversity Mitigation 2017” report. The report considers new strategies for how biodiversity conservation can help manage negative impacts from the mega-wave of infrastructure development taking place in the first half of the 21st century. […]