Preserving Tribal Lands with Carbon Markets: National Indian Carbon Coalition

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Bryan Van Stippen, Program Director for the National Indian Carbon Coalition (NICC), talks us through NICC’s work to educate and assist indigenous communities in developing carbon sequestration projects. These projects help protect their natural resources and generate revenue for land acquisition and community development.

This episode highlights two recent projects that are now at market from:

These two projects showcase the powerful impacts that alternative revenue streams–beyond traditional forestry, agriculture, and mineral extraction–can help tribal nations protect and preserve their natural resources.

A man in an orange vest stands in the forest, sighting trees through a small, scope-like object.

A Fond du Lac Band forester takes stand measurements. Photo courtesy of Bryan Van Stippen.

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