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The Intersection of Biodiversity and Climate - Approaches, Benefits and Challenges (Sponsored)

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Grand Canyon Ballroom 2-3-4

Carefully-designed tree planting programs positively impact nature, climate, and local communities. The on-the-ground realities of these initiatives are complex, each bringing a unique set of social, economic, and physical/natural dynamics. As a result, the time it takes to establish a forest and generate benefits such as carbon sequestration depend on the locality and project design. Given these complexities, fit-for-purpose auditing approaches are critical for tracking and addressing project performance. Discover the value of combining satellite imagery with local community engagement and field surveys to reveal why and how some programs underperform while others thrive.

This session is sponsored by ERM. Sponsored breakouts are sponsor-created and hosted sessions, created independently by the sponsor without input from GreenBiz. Please note that attendee contact information will be shared with the sponsoring company.

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