The technical assistance (TA) will contribute to the improvement in rural ecological systems and residential livelihood in Beijing. The TA outcome will be the establishment of market-based eco-compensation mechanisms in Beijing. The TA will produce the following outputs: (i) a main report consisting of four sub-reports on (a) potentials and valuation of carbon sequestered in the agricultural and forestry sectors in rural Beijing, (b) development of carbon trading market incorporating forestry and agricultural sectors, (c) economic analysis of carbon trading with agricultural and forestry sectors, and (d) fiscal policies and market-based eco-compensation mechanisms; (ii) a policy note on the development of market-based eco-compensation mechanisms in Beijing; (iii) an international forum on market-based eco-compensation mechanisms; and (iv) trainings for policymakers and potential stakeholders in future eco-compensation schemes.
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