All Partner Meeting and International Advisory Panel Convenes

Following a successful two days of partner meetings with Forest Carbon Accounting and Monitoring Center (FCAMC) and The Centre for Climate Risk and Opportunity Management (CCROM).  We welcome our international advisory panel to California.  We will be meeting at the Big Sur Land Trust and at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego this week to meet and discuss how to train and empower a new global workforce to better measure and manage carbon.   Meetings are centered around discussing how to transform academic programming for terrestrial carbon accounting, and implementation of the Paris Agreement.  The focus is to create internationally renowned academic and government partnerships to create self-sustaining, solution-oriented professional training programs in land-based carbon accounting.