The Georgia Carbon Sequestration Registry is a non-profit program established by Georgia Senate Bill 356 in 2004 and is administered by the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC) and the Georgia Superior Clerks Cooperative Authority (GSCCCA). The purpose of the Registry is to provide forest landowners, municipalities, and public and private entities with an official mechanism for the development, documentation, and reporting of carbon sequestration projects undertaken in Georgia. Participation in the Registry is completely voluntary.
The Georgia Carbon Sequestration Registry (www.gacarbon.org) website contains a wealth of information regarding the Registry, Carbon Sequestration in general and Carbon Registry projects. Parties interested in registering a Carbon Sequestration project can apply online at the registry website.