Quebec releases draft forestry protocol that allows for aggregation, early-action offsets

Published 16:41 on August 4, 2021  /  Last updated at 21:15 on August 4, 2021  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Quebec’s environment ministry released a draft forestry protocol for private lands on Wednesday that allows for aggregation of several sites, enables early action projects to earn compliance-grade credits, and omits WCI partner California’s 100-year permanence requirement.

Quebec’s environment ministry released a draft forestry protocol for private lands on Wednesday that allows for aggregation of several sites, enables early action projects to earn compliance-grade credits, and omits WCI partner California’s 100-year permanence requirement.

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