In October 2009, over 35 organisations from 13 countries attended a workshop in San Cristobal, Mexico, which looked at how community carbon projects can increase their impact. Participants included WWF, USAID, CARE International, Conservation International, CCBA and Social Carbon.
For a full list of participants click here.
The workshop was jointly coordinated by AMBIO, the coordinator of the Scolel Te programme in Mexico, and the Plan Vivo Foundation. The workshop was made possible with the support of the International Development Research Centre, Canada.
The output of the workshop was a roadmap, identifying key barriers to scaling up community carbon projects, and recommending practical actions and strategies to overcoming barriers.
Download the Community Carbon Roadmap (pdf).