The Mexico Forest Protocol update to Version 3.0 will include revision of mechanisms to comply with the permanence and additionality requirements, the application of stratification for forest inventories, modifications for mangrove ecosystems such as the inclusion of soil carbon, and social safeguards, among other topics.
The Reserve hosted a public webinar on September 23, 2021 to kickoff the Mexico Forest Protocol V3.0 revision process.
The Mexico Forest Protocol will be developed through the Reserve’s multi-stakeholder workgroup process. The Reserve will strive to create a well-balanced workgroup consisting of industry representatives, government, project developers, academia, verifiers, and environmental advocacy organizations across Mexico. To apply for the workgroup, please fill out the Statement of Interest form below and submit it to policy(at)climateactionreserve.org no later than Thursday, September 30, 2021.
- Mexico Forest Protocol Workgroup Statement of Interest – English
- Mexico Forest Protocol Workgroup Statement of Interest – Español
Stakeholders not chosen to be part of the workgroup are welcome to participate in the process as “observers.” Observers may attend workgroup meetings in listen-only mode, comment on the draft protocol when it is released for public comment, and attend the public webinar held during the public comment period.
The following timeline will be updated as the protocol development process unfolds.
|Public webinar||September 23, 2021|
|Workgroup Statement of Interest due||September 30, 2021|
|Formation of workgroup||September 2021|
|Workgroup meetings||October – December 2021|
|Protocol development||December 2021 – February 2022|
|Public comment period||March 2022|
|Protocol presented to Reserve Board for approval||June 2022|
Please contact policy(at)climateactionreserve.org with questions or comments.