As part of their efforts to scale up climate change mitigation measures, The Gold Standard is exploring the development of a methodology to allow black carbon emission reductions to earn carbon credits from household-based thermal energy consumption devices (such as clean cookstoves).
The full scoping document can be reviewed here:
The Gold Standard invites feedback from stakeholders on the factors that it should consider in the proposed scope expansion to include the certification of black carbon emission reductions from household-based thermal energy consumption devices.
The deadline for feedback is: 18th July, 2014. All comments, questions, and feedback can be directed to Vikash Talyan at email@example.com.