Carbon Finance Possibilities for Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use Projects in a Smallholder Context

 

Carbon Finance
Possibilities for
Agriculture, Forestry
and Other Land
Use Projects in a
Smallholder Context

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
ROME 2010



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Table of Content

Foreword - 1.132 kb
Abstract

Acronyms

1. THE BACKGROUND FOR CARBON FINANCE AND CARBON CREDITS - 199 kb

The link between climate change, GHG emissions, agriculture and forestry
Carbon finance: carbon markets and climate change

2. CARBON MARKETS WHICH TYPES EXIST AND HOW THEY WORK - 229 kb

Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
Voluntary Market

3. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A CARBON PROJECT - 140 kb

4. COSTS AND BENEFITS INVOLVED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CARBON PROJECT - 125 kb

5. FUNDING POSSIBILITIES FOR AFOLU CARBON PROJECTS - 122 kb

REFERENCES - 252 kb
ANNEX

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