Welcome to the Blue Carbon Module!

blue water mangrove

Mangroves provide critical habitat for juvenile reef fish in Raja Ampat, Papua, Indonesia. Photo © Ethan Daniels

This Blue Carbon Module compiles the latest scientific guidance and tools to help managers, researchers, practitioners, and governments understand how blue carbon can be measured and utilized to promote conservation and restoration of coastal ecosystems.

Specifically, we explore:

  • What is blue carbon?
  • Guidance for developing and implementing a blue carbon project
  • Methods for assessing carbon stocks and emissions from blue carbon ecosystems
  • How to integrate the protection & restoration of blue carbon ecosystems into national and sub-national policies and financial mechanisms

This blue carbon module has been developed through a partnership of The Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Restore America’s Estuaries, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission – United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, Blue Ventures, and Silvestrum Climate Associates.

Banner photo credits (left to right): Jez O’Hare, Peter Mous, Mark Godfrey, Tim Calver, Jason Houston

Last updated July 12, 2018

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