Engagement + ORL
The FCCP engages with various audiences through activities like free webinars, an online community for our alumni, event participation, and trainings. These activities create accessible outlets to share information about forest carbon and climate adaptation and mitigation to connect decision-makers with the communities they serve.
Scroll down to view additional details regarding our ongoing engagement activities, including:
- FCCP Insights - a place for FCCP affiliated students, faculty, and partners to share research and ideas with our community on topics of forest carbon and climate change. Please note that this resource is currently in development.
- FCWG Science Series for Policymakers - an educational series designed for policymakers and those that support policy decision-makers, these morning sessions explore the science underlying forest health, products, and benefits in a changing climate
- FCCP Open Resource Library (ORL) - a collection of freely available resources on topics of forest carbon and climate change
- Forest-Climate Working Group (FCWG) Learning Exchange Series - a free webinar series to inform participants of current and upcoming discussions on policy and strategy related to forest carbon
- News and Events - a list of news articles related to the FCCP and published writing authored or contributed to by the FCCP
A collection of freely available resources on topics of forest carbon and climate. Click here to explore the FCCP Open Resource Library (ORL).
The Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) Community is an online portal for current and past participants of FCCP formal education programming. Members in the online community receive news on policies and methodologies, internal networking and opportunities for research and employment. The online portal allows continued access to resources, a professional network, and online tools for learners beyond their completion of coursework. Invited participants reflect individuals from NGOs, private interests, graduate students, government and natural resource managers.
All current and past participants of the Graduate Certificate in Forest Carbon Science, Policy, and Management, current and past participants of non-formal educational programming, and engaged experts are invited to participate in the Community. If you'd like to request access to the FCCP Community, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you are eligible.
FCCP Insights is a place for FCCP affiliated students, faculty, and partners to share research and ideas with our community on topics of forest carbon and climate change. Click here to check out FCCP Insights. Please note that this resource is currently in development.
The FCWG Learning Exchange Series is hosted by Lauren Cooper, Program Director of the MSU Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP), in partnership with the Forest-Climate Working Group (FCWG). The Series seeks to engage with the forest carbon community on current topics and issues in domestic forest carbon policies and management approaches for a changing climate.
Visit our FCWG Learning Exchange Series Page to sign-up for upcoming sessions, to view recordings of past sessions, or for more information about the series.
News and Events
Published on October 20, 2021
This webinar will take place on Oct. 21 at 10am EST with Spanish-language.
Published on October 7, 2021
In this webinar, speaker Patrick Maguire presents "Intro to and Status of the Voluntary Markets."
MSU Forest Carbon and Climate Program plays active role in $5.3M grant for climate action and reforestation
Published on October 5, 2021
The Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) in the Department of Forestry at Michigan State University is a central partner in a new $5.3 million USDA Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) grant.
Michigan State University's Forest, Carbon, and Climate Program (FCCP) is adding fire ecology and management to its curriculum
Published on September 6, 2021
In article "E-Learning Program expanding to incorporate fire ecology studies", Lauren Noel outlines the addition of fire ecology and management to the FCCP curriculum as part of a suite of existing courses in the FCCP.
Published on August 31, 2021
FCCP hosted engagement workshops with forestry experts from three US regions to inform the development of geographically focused educational content on regional forests, climate change impacts, management challenges, and adaptive management interventions.