Climate Impacts

Carbon as a Commodity

At this time of global climate change focus, it makes sense to assume that carbon sequestration needs to be elevated to the rank of a valuable measurable commodity which begs to influence timber harvest decisions.

We are prepared to discuss the way this logical eventuality can be accomplished. To start with, forestland owners need to be financially incentivized to hold sequestered carbon in their growing trees. Carbon emitters also need a reliable mechanism to purchase offset credits against their current and potential atmospheric emissions.

Underfunded Markets

Investing is targeted where capital needs for climate solutions are not being met. This is especially critical for Tribal land operatives where financial incentives to sequester carbon have not been made. Tribal forestlands have potential to enter carbon sequestration markets, but only if a standardized system is developed and revealed.

We are fully experienced in the marketplace for conservation easements along with forestland biometric measurements extrapolated into future growth indices, as well as the computerized systems optimizing results for small and large forestland ownerships. We are capable to deliver this market to incentivized forestland owners in North America.

Climate Equity

Our approach ensures development of underserved communities to align and deliver financial benefits from climate change solutions. These benefits are locked with existing protocols to link property title restrictions with carbon sequestration agreements.

Contact us to discuss how these goals can be realized through the FRASS Approach invigorate meaningful climate change abatement. I am Dr. Bill and will work with you to bring this to the world.

William E. Schlosser, Ph.D.


Carbon as a Commodity

Carbon sequestered by forests must be treated as a measurable commodity in carbon markets where willing buyers interact with willing sellers.