This e-course, based on the SALM methodology, presents how soil carbon is monitored and accounted in an agricultural land management project, how the SALM methodology is applied in Kenya, and how it benefits thousands of smallholder farmers by generating the triple wins as mentioned above. It aims to equip learners with basic knowledge and skills in developing and monitoring soil carbon change in projects with easy-to-understand course contents and visual learning tools throughout the course.
- Agriculture Sector’s Potential to Reduce Climate Change Impacts;
- SALM: A New Agricultural Carbon Accounting Methodology;
- Soil Organic Carbon Accounting in Agricultural Projects;
- The Kenya Case.
Participants are expected to spend 8 hours in total over three weeks to complete this course. During the e-course, participants can ask questions and interact with experts in this field, and between each other in online facilitated discussion forums. By completing a facilitated course, participants will receive a “Certificate of Completion”.