An Introduction to CCN. Saving. the World’s. Forests. Part 1 of 2. The BIG Problems. Climate change Rainforest logging and land degradation CO 2 and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere Excessive water and energy consu m ption Waste generation and low levels of recy c ling
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Just Google deforestation and you will be shocked.
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Carbon Central Network is an Australian company with headquarters in Adelaide, South Australia.
CCN was established by Campbell Scott and Erminio Kotlar to find a way to help incentivise people all around the world to take action to preserve the world’s most essential utility - our Rain Forests and Woodlands.
CCNlaunched in January 2011 and already operates in more than 120 countries including Australia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Italy, Czech Republic and Colombia...
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Dr. Ivan Guevara – MD LEMCO
Dr. Ivan Guevara is the Founder and Managing Director of Land Economics Management Consultants and LEMCO Investments Limited. He is both a UK and Colombian citizen. A qualified lawyer, Dr. Guevara has a solid academic background with six degrees, including Attorney at Law, Financial Law and International Business Legal Studies.
Angélica Beltrán - BA, MA, Ing
Angelica is a qualified Forestry Engineer from Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas of Bogotá with relevant expertise in conducting and structuring forestry management plans, training processes and holistic management of natural resources
Rachael Hannay - BA, MA
Rachael is a social anthropologist specializing in community-based natural resource management and holds a Master degree in Sustainable Development and Emergency Practice from Oxford Brookes University and has a bachelor’s degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Kent.
Andrés is an expert in international finance, corporate finance and more specifically carbon finance models applicable to forestry and terrestrial carbon. Originally from Perú where he obtained a BA in Economics, he holds a Master Degree in International Economics from the prestigious John Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies in Washington D.C.
María Adelaida Fernández Muñoz - BA, MA
María has a keen interest in ecosystems and forest ecology. She obtained her first degree in Biology and her second degree in Economics at the Los Andes University of Bogotá. She also has two masters degrees: “Environmental and Natural Resource Economics” (Colombia) and “Economic, Social and Territorial Development” (France).
Iván Alfonso Velásquez Rueda – BA
Iván is the Field Projects Coordinator for LEMCO and is a qualified Forestry Engineer from Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas of Bogotá. He has expertise in developing and implementing programs and research projects of conservation and sustainable use of renewable natural resources, specifically, rainforests.
Universidad Distrital - Francisco José de Caldas
Strategic partner in the generation of scientific information.
Access to high quality professionals that support the information analysis for our forestry projects.
Cooperation Agreement duly signed.
Tierra Una is a scientific NGO that specialises in projects of social transformation and community development.
Tierra Una has signed an Agreement with LEMCO to be responsible for CCBA data collection and field work with the communities.
Mangrove forests are hot spots for biodiversity, they provide valuable ecosystem functions and have a large carbon sink capacity.
Pre-feasibility assessment is being conducted to establish eligibility of a reforestation project in Butuán (north Mindanao).
Preliminary evaluation is being conducted to assess eligibility of a forestry carbon project in Mindanao.
Agusan Marsh is located in the North East of Mindanao.
Peatlands are wetland ecosystems where the production of organic matter exceeds its decomposition and net accumulation results.
Peatland cover only 3% of global land area but stores 30% of global soil carbon.
An MOU has been signed for 4,200 hectares of natural peatlands.
Land Conservation Project
Opportunities for increased sustainability of land-use, climate change resiliency and carbon farming through:
Planting trees on farmland
Protecting existing parcels of forest
Quantities of sequestered carbon will be evaluated and units of land will be made available for sponsorship programs for land conservation and carbon offsets.
Map source: ABARES
Land conservation projects including, reforestation, afforestation and sustainable plantations.
Land under management agreements duly formalised.
Loses over 200,000 ha of forest a year, for soy, corn and Palm Oil plantations.
Partnership with LEMCO for the creation of investment opportunities in Forest Conservation projects.
Currently 1.2 million ha under protection.
Manageable projects of approximately 400,000 ha each.
There are 16 communities in the area of the project, 14 of them are Indigenous and 2 Afro-descendant with around 21,000 people.
LEMCO has entered into an agreement with project developers in Peru to provide additional project management and financial support in the Peruvian province of Madre de Dios.
World Bank and the IMF project the size of the carbon economy to reach over $2,000 billion per annum by 2020, the quantity of carbon credits required is going to increase at a massive rate, compounding each year.
"The carbon economy is the fastest growing industry globally with US$84 billion of carbon trading conducted in 2007, doubling to $116 billion in 2008, and expected to reach over $200 billion by 2012 and over $2,000 billion by 2020" (World Bank Carbon Finance Report ).
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