Photosynthesis allows forests to act as sinks that consume carbon dioxide and release oxygen. RFF experts offer insights into the land use challenges associated with forestry offsets, as well as the balance between forest coverage and biomass production that is needed to create carbon-neutral systems.
Working Paper — Jun 4, 2014
Effects of Protected Areas on Forest Cover Change and Local Communities: Evidence from the Peruvian Amazon
Working Paper — Nov 4, 2013
Wood Bioenergy and Land Use: A Challenge to the Searchinger Hypothesis
Journal Article — Nov 1, 2013
Blue Carbon: Coastal Ecosystems, Their Carbon Storage, and Potential for Reducing Emissions
Workshop/Seminar — Jan 29, 2014
Considering the Contributions of Forests in the Management of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
This RFF Seminar, co-sponsored by Resources for the Future and the Society of American Foresters, will delve into some of the questions that surround carbon accounting and forest management.
Workshop/Seminar — Feb 2, 2011
Finding Forest Carbon: Estimating and Tracking REDD Supply
Conferences & Panels — Dec 6, 2010
RFF-IETA Side Event Series at COP 16
Press Release — Aug 27, 2019
New Episode of Resources Radio on the Role of Forests in Energy and Climate Solutions, with Robert Bonnie
Robert Bonnie and Daniel Raimi discuss forests, forest products and bioenergy, and carbon sinks in this podcast from Resources Radio.
Media Highlight — Jan 29, 2014
Seminar addresses carbon accounting and forest management
Media Highlight — Nov 17, 2013