The International small group tree planting program (TIST) Kenya. Institutional Analysis and Capacity Building of African Agricultural Carbon Projects Case Study

Abstract

The status of The International Small Group Tree Planting Program’s (TIST) capacity to sequester or reduce a significant amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) is the first result area of this institutional analysis case study. The capacity to sequester carbon was determined from the technology interventions employed, the targets and progress towards targets, organization of the participants in the carbon sequestration process, the standard used and roles of participants.

Citation

Masiga, M.; Yankel, C.; Iberre, C. The International small group tree planting program (TIST) Kenya. Institutional Analysis and Capacity Building of African Agricultural Carbon Projects Case Study. CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Copenhagen, Denmark (2012) 16 pp.

The International small group tree planting program (TIST) Kenya. Institutional Analysis and Capacity Building of African Agricultural Carbon Projects Case Study

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