Around the world, cities are embracing the value of trees in their climate plans, but it can be difficult to understand exactly how much trees impact greenhouse gas emissions. The Greenhouse Gas Protocol is a new internationally applicable methodology to estimate emissions and removals from trees and forests at the sub-national level. This protocol will allow cities and communities to get an in-depth understanding of how trees are impacting climate plans.
This event will bring together experts and city representatives to discuss this methodology, examine its uses, and explore stories from pilot cities. Details on speakers and registration information will follow shortly.