American Forests hosts unprecedented collaborative action on the part of government and concerned experts

Washington, DC. (July 16, 2018) — Last week, 16 U.S. Climate Alliance states convened in Washington, D.C. at an intensive three-day Learning Lab.

The hands-on workshop was designed by American Forests with assistance from the USFS Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science and Michigan State University to engage leadership delegations from each Climate Alliance state with the nation’s top experts in sequestering carbon in forests and other land-based climate mitigation strategies. 

The technical staff for the Learning Lab included members of the Forest-Climate Working Group, a coalition of 40 diverse forest sector organizations, as well as science and policy leaders from The Nature Conservancy, World Resources Institute, American Farmland Trust, and Coalition on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases...

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