This e-course is based on the new Sustainable Agricultural Land Management (SALM) carbon accounting methodology, developed and piloted under the BioCarbon Fund’s Agriculture Carbon Project in Kenya that involves smallholder farmers. It presents how carbon is monitored and calculated under SALM, the case-study of Kenya Agricultural Carbon Project, and how the project is benefiting thousands of smallholder farmers. This e-course is comprised of 4 modules, which take about 16 hours to complete :
- Module 1 – Agriculture's Potential in Reducing Climate Change Impact
- Module 2 – SALM: A New Agricultural Carbon Accounting Methodology.
- Module 3 – Soil Organic Carbon Accounting in Agricultural Project.
- Module 4 – The case of Kenya Agricultural Carbon Project.