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UK Woodland Carbon Code

The Woodland Carbon Code is the voluntary standard for woodland creation projects in the UK which will make claims about the carbon dioxide they sequester. Independent certification to this standard provides assurance and clarity about the carbon savings of these sustainably managed woodlands.

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The Basics | Benefits | Context | Guidance | Governance | FAQs General

Measuring Carbon

Baseline | Leakage | Project Carbon Sequestration | Monitoring | Carbon Statements and Reporting | FAQs on Measuring Carbon

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Last updated: 03/06/2014

What's of interest

The Woodland Carbon Code was a finalist in the Climate Week 2014 Awards - Best Initiative from Government or Public Services

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Woodland Carbon Code Version 1.2 - Requirements for voluntary carbon sequestration projects (PDF)

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