What is Carbon Management?
Carbon emissions and stores are increasingly important as solutions are sought to address climate change. Since so much carbon is stored in the forest, the impacts of forest management and wood product development on carbon are of considerable interest.
Over the last decade, the Consortium for Research on Renewable Industrial Materials (CORRIM) has researched life-cycle inventory (LCI) and life-cycle assessment (LCA) methods for tracking inputs and outputs across every stage of wood processing and its use as a way to measure environmental burdens.
Oregon Forest Resources Institute – Carbon In Oregon’s Managed Forests
Oregon Forest Resources Institute
Journal of Sustainable Forestry: Carbon, Fossil Fuel, and Biodiversity Mitigation With Wood and Forests
Chadwick Dearing Oliver, Nedal T. Nassar, Bruce R. Lippke, James B. McCarter
Forests Journal: Sustainable Biofuel Contributions to Carbon Mitigation and Energy Independence
Bruce Lippke, Richard Gustafson, Richard Venditti, Timothy Volk, Elaine Oneil, Leonard Johnson, Maureen Puettmann, Phillip Steele
Characterizing the Importance of Carbon Stored In Wood Products
Bruce Lippke, Jim Wilson, Jamie Meil, Adam Taylor
Integrating Products, Emission Offsets and Wildfire In Carbon Assessments of Inland Northwest Forests
Elaine Oneil, Bruce Lippke
California Forests Vol.10 no.1: Global Climate Change – Forestry Never Looked So Cool
California Forestry Association
An Assessment of Carbon Pools, Storage, and Wood Products Market Substitution Using Life-Cycle Analysis Results
John Perez-Garcia, Bruce Lippke, Jeffrey Comnick, Carolina Manriquez
Environmental Performance Index For the Forest
Bruce Lippke, Jeffrey Comnick, Leonard R. Johnson