Improved forest management offset projects are complementary with harvesting and in the long run promote more productive forests to the long-term benefit of the forest products industry.
Recent forestland acquisition includes CCO transfer, demonstrating maturing forest carbon offset market.
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Oregon Cap and Trade Could Make Industry More Competitive
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Offsets Offer Impact, Real Carbon Reductions in Natural Working Lands
Forest Carbon is Backed by Good Science | Scorcher
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