As the world grapples with the challenges presented by climate change, more and more governments, corporations, schools and NGOs are pursuing steps to reduce their carbon footprints. The first step in that journey is measuring current greenhouse gas emissions. Winrock can establish that important baseline measurement by taking a thorough inventory of an organization’s energy use — a process that helps identify effective strategies to reduce emissions. For all Services and Solutions, click here.




Attribution of net carbon change by disturbance type across forest lands of the conterminous United States

USAID LEAF Final Report

High Carbon Stock Consulting Study 3: Review of aboveground biomass estimation techniques

Financing Land Use Mitigation: A Practical Guide for Decision-Makers

Impact of Logging on Carbon Stocks of Tropical Forests: The Republic of Congo Case Study

Impact of Logging on Carbon Stocks of Forests: Chihuahua Mexico Case Study

Baseline Map of Carbon Emissions from Deforestation in Tropical Regions

Baselines for Land-use Change in the Tropics: Application to Avoided Deforestation Projects

Estimation of Aboveground Carbon Stocks

Scoping of Opportunities and Institutional Assessment for Malawi’s Engagement in the Carbon Markets

Estimating Carbon Supply Curves from Afforestation of Agricultural Land in the Northeastern U.S.

Comparison of Different Registries and Methodologies for Reporting Carbon Credits for Afforestation Projects in the United States

Forest and Carbon Markets: Opportunities for Sustainable Development

Ecosystem Services (Servicios de Ecosistemas)

Lowering Emissions in Asia’s Forests (USAID LEAF)