Government and non-profit organizations across the globe are looking to organizations to take tangible climate action and develop sustainable products. But where do you start and what are the steps to get accredited? Join CIBO along with Scott Settelmyer, Co-founder and Managing Director of TerraCarbon, and Dan Kane, Senior Manager of Agriculture at TerraCarbon to walk through how to develop carbon offset projects that create nature-based climate solutions on August 17 at 1pm CT / 2pm ET.
- Why it’s important for companies to work toward nature-based climate solutions
- Different types of protocols and certifications companies can acquire
- How to go through the certification process
About Scott Settelmyer, Co-founder and Managing Director of TerraCarbon
Scott is a carbon market and finance expert with more than 15 years of carbon market experience. He oversees project delivery for all of TerraCarbon’s work, and is the blue carbon practice lead and finance subject matter expert for TerraCarbon. Scott has held former senior positions at the Chicago Climate Exchange, ALLTEL Corporation and Arthur Andersen.
About Dan Kane, Senior Manager of Agriculture at TerraCarbon
Dan leads the agricultural land management practice at TerraCarbon and advises clients on the feasibility, design, and monitoring of programs that incentivize increased carbon storage in agricultural soils. He is a leading soil scientist with extensive experience in applying cutting edge science and technology to measuring soil carbon changes in agricultural lands. Dan has a PhD from the Yale School of the Environment and holds a Master of Science in Plant and Microbial Sciences from Michigan State University.