Upcoming FCCP Events
Learning Exchange Series: Remote Sensing Technology for Improved Forest Carbon Inventorying
April 5, 2023 3:00PM – 4:00PM https://msu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KERmAXzkTUOexjSpU-_4xA
Learning Exchange Series: Looking at Forest Carbon from Multiple Dimensions: Evaluating Tradeoffs and Opportunities to Forest Carbon Management
May 3, 2023 3:00PM – 4:00PM https://msu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HzNzRcdpRnGLwuDLWVvy7Q
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The Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) aims to increase understanding and implementation of climate-smart forest management, which inextricably links climate change mitigation and adaptation. The FCCP was established to connect professionals, natural resource managers, decision-makers, students and the broader public with the value of forested lands and forest products in addressing climate change.
Position Open for Program Director with the Forest Carbon and Climate Program
Published on March 23, 2023
Applications are being accepted for the open position of Program Director with Michigan State University, Forest Carbon and Climate Program.
Lauren Cooper to Fill New Role as Chief Conservation Officer with Sustainable Forestry Initiative
Published on March 15, 2023
FCCP Founder and Director, Lauren Cooper will be moving to a new role as Chief Conservation Officer with the Sustainable Forestry Initiative
FCCP Team Members Present Program Offerings to Students Attending Mt. Hood Community College in Oregon
Published on March 14, 2023
FCCP team members, Daphna Gadoth-Goodman and Adrianna Sutton, spoke with students from Mt. Hood Community College to provide an overview of the Forest Carbon and Climate Program.
The Forest + Climate Visualization Partnership (FCVP) Team Presents at the 2023 Great Lakes Region Climate Action Seminar
Published on March 8, 2023
FCCP team members, Daphna Gadoth-Goodman and Emily Esch, presented at the virtual Great Lakes Climate Action Seminar as part of the FCVP team.
2022-23 Forests and Climate Learning Exchange Series: Resilience, Equity, and Nature-Based Climate Solutions in New York City
Published on March 2, 2023
In this webinar, speakers Timon McPhearson from The New School and Emily Maxwell from The Nature Conservancy of New York present "Resilience, Equity, and Nature-Based Climate Solutions in New York City ".
Earn a Graduate Certificate in Forest Carbon Science, Policy, and Management. The Certificate consists of three 3-credit courses, all available completely online. Participants include a wide range of graduate students, recent graduates, and working professionals.
The FCCP hosts a collection of online non-credit courses that provide professionals with practical knowledge and skill-building in topics of forest carbon science, policy, and management.
Partners and Projects
Program objectives are achieved through working with strategic partners to better communicate and bring attention to key topics, create educational content and programming, and bridge dialogue gaps on carbon and climate topics related to forests and forested lands.
Open Resource Library
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.
Forest Carbon and Climate Job Opportunities
Director of Forest Carbon and Climate Program
Hiring Organization: Forest Carbon and Climate Program, Department of Forestry
Employment type: Full-Time
Application Due Date: April 15, 2023
To reach the Forest Carbon and Climate Program (FCCP) with comments or questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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