Mariana Deheza is Research Fellow at CDC Climat. She works on project mechanisms linked to voluntary offsetting and forestry projects. She is also in charge of the Carbon Forest and Wood Club, which aims to facilitate access of forestry projects to the carbon markets. Mariana Deheza has a degree in engineering from the Catholic University of La Paz in Bolivia and a Master's degree in sustainable development, environmental and energy economics from ParisTech.
Forests are vital carbon sinks. Although forestry projects dominate the voluntary carbon markets, they still occupy a marginal position on the larger, compliance markets. This is mainly due to their […]Continue Reading