How NCX Calculates Business-as-Usual (BAU)

Learn how NCX predicts what would have happened if a landowner did not participate in the Natural Capital Exchange. This webinar shows how NCX measures every acre and includes factors such as a forest's age, past landowner behavior, local timber prices, property size, ownership type, vicinity to mills, and transportation networks.

Join guest speaker and NCX data scientist Dr. Joe Shannon as he shares how NCX targets only the forests most at-risk of being harvested to ensure maximize climate impact.

A robust Q & A with other forestry professionals follows the short presentation.

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Consulting Foresters

The carbon market that works for everyone. Learn more about how consulting foresters can engage with NCX.


Join hundreds of American landowners and sell forest carbon in the Natural Capital Exchange.

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NCX 2022 Winter Cycle Detailed Results

Deferring the harvest of over 20 million tons of timber, 1,800 landowners in 39 states had their NCX bids accepted. 

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Structuring your NCX Seller Bids

To determine their harvest deferral credit (HDC) bid prices, landowners should consider a three-step process.

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Certification & its Importance to Landowners

Certification drives demand, impacts prices, fosters trust, and verifies climate impact. 

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