The California Global Warming Solutions Act (AB32) calls for a 25% statewide reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. How are you responding? Urban forest offset projects are in their early stages and there is uncertainty as to their effectiveness. However, by involving the business sector in climate protection, the offset market could spur investment and create new revenue streams for urban forestry. Come to the workshop on June 6th to find out how you can capitalize on urban forestry offset projects.
Program agenda, driving directions and registration information is available online at http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/events/carbon-offsets-the-urban-forest-1/carbon-offsets.
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Your $65 registration includes parking, AM coffee/tea & scones and a gourmet boxed lunch.
Please send workshop inquiries to the CA Center for Urban Horticulture at ude.sivadcu.seacnull@hucc or call 530.752.6642.