Inner Mongolia Chao’Er Improved Forest Management Project

Inner Mongolia Chao’Er Improved Forest Management Project


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The Inner Mongolia Chao’er Forest Industry IFM Project (hereafter referred to as “the project”) is located in Hulun Buir City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, P.R.China. It is implemented by Chao’er Forest Industry Co. Ltd of China Inner Mongolia Forest Industry Group (hereafter “Project owner”) to protect the once logging forest. The proposed project is implemented in three forest farms under the jurisdiction of the Project owner, namely Dacongshan Forest Farm, Quansheng Forest Farm, and Taerqi Forest Farm. The project has 40,027.50ha commercial forest, whose ages ranging from sapling, middle age to mature forest. Before the implementation of the project, the forest within the project area was designed and planted as commercial forest, and logged annually according to the timber production plan approved by local forestry authority . In order to protect the forest ecosystem, improve the ecological environment, increase carbon sinks, reduce GHG emission reductions and slow down climate change, the project proponent decided to implement this improved forest management project activities from December 2017 to December 2077. And from the Project Start Date, PP has stopped the commercial logging in the project area and only allowed tending and managing. This project aims to protect 40,027.50ha commercial forest from logging. The Forest Conservation Project activities will be focused on forest resource supervision and monitoring. In order to supervise and monitor any disturbances that may affect the whole forest, a ranger team has been established to monitor the state of the forest with regard to diseases, illegal logging, hunting, fires etc. This ecosystem will then continue to provide its services to all the communities and entities that depend on it.The project is expected to generate approximately 8,372,662 tCO2e with buffer deduction during the 30 years’ crediting period, with the annual emission reductions of 279,089 tCO2e.


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