The objective of the of the program is to make payments for measured, reported and verified Emission Reductions (ER) from reduced deforestation (ER payments) in the Taï national park area Emission Reductions Program, and distribute ER payments according to an agreed Benefit Sharing Plan.
The proposed project will pay up to US$ 82.5 million for the effective delivery of GHG emission reductions, duly verified over a five-year period (2020-2024) in accordance with the FCPF Carbon Fund’s Methodological Framework and resulting from the Taï ER-P implementation. This amount corresponds to the purchase of 75% of the estimated emission reductions in that five-year period according to the Taï ER-PD.
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