Community Based Forest Biomass Monitoring: Training of Trainers Manual

The Community Based Forest Biomass Monitoring: Training for Trainers Manual explains how to train communities to monitor forest biomass. It breaks the learning down into four modules: the fundamentals of communty-based biomass monitoring; feasibility assessment and stakeholder engagement; a technical toolbox (including developing the monitoring plan, locating and setting up sampling plots, identifying and measuring trees, measuring non-live carbon stocks, and data recording); and designing and testing a community training course. This manual can help communities to measure their carbon biomass following scientifically sound methodologies. It was produced by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.

Year 
2014
Resource type 
Manuals and textbooks
Monitoring Theme/s 
International Forest Agenda/s