1. Mexico ODS Project Protocol - Online Public Workshop


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    The Reserve hosted an online public workshop on February 26, 2015 to discuss the draft Mexico Ozone Depleting Substances Project Protocol V1.0 and answer stakeholder questions. The protocol is open for public comment until March 17, 2015. See more details at http://www.climateactionreserve.org/how/protocols/mexico-ozone-depleting-substances-project-protocol/

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    • Forest Projects on Tribal Lands


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      The Reserve hosted an informational webinar on January 29, 2015 about initiating and maintaining forest carbon sequestration projects on tribal lands in the U.S.

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      • Keep My Planet Green Sustainable Travel Program


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        • Keep My Planet Green. Here's how!


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          Can't build windmills? Maybe not, but you can make a difference. Now there is an easy way for you to choose renewable energy.

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          • The Importance and Impact of Including Fuels and Natural Gas in California’s Cap-and-Trade Program


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            The Climate Action Reserve hosted a webinar on December 11, 2014 with guest speakers Cynthia Obadia, Argus Media, and Andre Templeman, Alpha Inception LLC. Starting January 1, 2015, California’s historic cap-and-trade program will double in size when distributors of transportation fuels and natural gas are included under the cap. Their inclusion is key to helping the state meet its emission reduction goals and improving the health of Californians. In this one-hour webinar, market experts examine this significant milestone in the development of California’s cap-and-trade program and what impact we should expect to see from it.

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            • Introducing Vryfly


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              Vryfly will help you zero out the carbon impact of your flight by supporting a good project, and then you’ll be able to link to the details in every post or tweet you make about the trip. That way, your decision to take action can build momentum for others to join in. Vryfly was founded during Startup Weekend Honolulu 2014. This is our entry for GSB2014.

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              • Mine Methane Capture and Role in California Cap-and-Trade


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                The Climate Action Reserve hosted a webinar on June 19, 2014 to discuss the Mine Methane Capture Compliance Offset Protocol and the California Cap-and-Trade Program.

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                • Grassland Project Protocol Workgroup Meeting 2


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                  The second meeting of the Climate Action Reserve Grassland Project Protocol Workgroup.

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                  • Grassland Project Protocol Workgroup Kick-Off


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                    The Climate Action Reserve kicked off the Grassland Project Protocol workgroup development process on July 9, 2014.

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                    • The Carbon Connection


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                      Two communities affected by one new global market – the trade in carbon dioxide. In Scotland a town has been polluted by oil and chemical companies since the 1940s. In Brazil local people's water and land is being swallowed up by destructive monoculture eucalyptus tree plantations. Both communities now share a new threat. As part of the deal to reduce greenhouse gases that cause dangerous climate change, major polluters can now buy carbon credits that allow them to pay someone else to reduce emissions instead of cutting their own pollution. What this means for those living next to the oil industry in Scotland is the continuation of pollution caused by their toxic neighbours. Meanwhile in Brazil the schemes that generate carbon credits gives an injection of cash for more planting of the damaging eucalyptus tree. The two communities are now connected by bearing the brunt of the new trade in carbon credits. The Carbon Connection follows the story of two groups of people from each community who learned to use video cameras and made their own films about living with the impacts of the carbon market. From mental health issues in Scotland to the loss of medicinal plants in Brazil, the communities discover the connections they have with each other and the film follows them on this journey. 40 minutes The Carbon Connection, is a Fenceline Films presentation in partnership with the Transnational Institute Environmental Justice Project and Carbon Trade Watch, the Alert Against the Green Desert Movement, FASE-ES, and the Community Training and Development Unit.

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