Yes - very specific protocols that take months of discussion and exploration (including external verifications from 3rd parties) to assess suitability environmentally, socially and organisationally before embarking on a project. We would check the list of tree species they want to plant and would reject any project using glyphosate. Please see the question on Due Diligence and Strategy.
None of the projects that comply are certified under ISO environmental and social standards, or any other quality labels like the VCS standard since none of them issue carbon credits. However, financials are held by certified accountants in their countries. And they were chosen based on their level of environmental, social and human care. Some of them deal with the health and the wellness of the communities. Some of them use best practices to ensure the women are having a voice and have increased capabilities in their communities, for example in Kenya, ITF is currently compiling a review of case studies to identify processes of empowerment (including women empowerment). The project will soon be informed through dialogs with focal groups and through Rapid Evaluation Methods to identify the intended and unintended effects of the envisioned workshops.