The primary objective of the Fair Carbon programme is to help local projects take meaningful action to protect, restore and expand their natural resources, biodiversity and carbon stores.
The Fair Carbon Programme also ensures that projects engage the local communities, and respect gender and indigenous rights.
While there are several ways to finance Fair Carbon projects, the reduction of carbon emissions and the protection of existing natural resources will be prioritized.
The Fair Carbon progamme consists of six modules to guide users through the four project pillars: Legal, Management, Financial and Scientific.
Each module consists of three parts:
1. The tasks to be completed.
2. Information HOW to complete the tasks.
3. A checklist to document what has been done
There are different roles in a project:
1. Team Member.
2. Project Manager
Each has different access rights and responsibilities.