Ensuring Carbon Offset Integrity

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About Ensuring Carbon Offset Integrity

Overall, a superb course. Dr. Trexler‘s comprehensive knowledge allows him to simplify a fairly muddy discussion. He’s able to take a big subject and boil it down to the essential simpler parts. This is a huge plus for viewers. I especially liked the non-polemic tone. This is clearly an educational course, not a partisan viewpoint. Well done!

Jeffrey Atkin // CEO, World Forest Group

I really appreciated the Climatographers' Carbon Offsets Course. It’s amazing how hard it is to find good resources and thinking like this on carbon offsets. None of my typical channels/NGOs surface things like this!

Max Scher // Senior Mgr Sustainability, Salesforce

When it comes to climate change, few mitigation efforts have been as popular or as contentious as carbon offsets. The arguments involved are many, complicated, and polarizing. This course will synthesize much of the carbon offset thinking and literature of the last 30 years and point you to hundreds of hours of carbon offsets knowledge curation in the Climate Web.


About the Instructor

Mark Trexler

Dr. Mark Trexler worked on the first carbon offset project while on the staff of the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC, and worked extensively with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on carbon offset and natural climate solution topics. He has participated in the development of and due diligence on hundreds of carbon offset projects, and his team at EcoSecurities (one of the early major carbon market players in) developed the first carbon offset scoring system. Mark has advised clients around the world on climate change risk and risk management, co-authored the first textbook on business climate risk, teaches climate change mitigation at George Washington University, and co-developed the Climate Web decision-support system. He holds advanced degrees from the University of California at Berkeley.

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