FCWG Learning Exchange Series: Tribal Forests and Forest Carbon: Activity and Interest in North America
Speaker Bryan Van Stippen of The National Indian Carbon Coalition (NICC) will present "Tribal Forests and Forest Carbon: Activity and Interest in North America"
Tribal Forests and Forest Carbon: Activity and Interest in North America
The session will discuss the National Indian Carbon Coalition current tribal projects the organization is developing with Tribal Nations as well as the services NICC provides to Tribal Nations, Alaska Native Villages and Corporations, and Native Hawaiian organizations.
Next months session is titled "Wood Utilization I: Carbon Storage at the Building Scale".
Bryan Van Stippen is the primary contact for National Indian Carbon Coalition and provides education, training and technical assistance to tribes and Indian landowners who are interested in entering the carbon credit market.
Previously, Van Stippen was employed by the Ho-Chunk Nation as a Tribal Attorney for the Department of Justice before transiting to the Ho-Chunk Nation Legislative Office. In the Legislative Office, Van Stippen was employed as a Legislative Attorney where he was responsible for land acquisition and other land issues including fee-to-trust, leasing, rights of ways, and easements. Prior to that, Van Stippen completed internship programs for the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, the Oneida Nation Tribal Courts, the Oneida Nation Law Office, and the Tribal Judicial Institute. He was also a teaching assistant for Geneva Institute on Indigenous Peoples Law in Geneva, Switzerland through the University of Tulsa College of Law.
- Speaker Slides
- Supplementary Q+A Responses