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"We all need to guard our land, without our land we are lost. We can’t be hadza without land, the hadza are part of environment."

Pili Goodo, one of the project coordinators responsible for village project operations in our REDD in the Yaeda Valley project, talks to Marc from Carbon Tanzania about how the project has affected her community. Read the interview.




 

To date...


Land use plans have been put in place to reduce over 1.8 million tonnes of CO2 emissions


10,000+ smallholders and 270+ community groups have plan vivos


$7 million has been paid to developing country communities and institutions


Over 60,700 ha of land under improved management
Since our last newsletter five new trustees have joined our board - we are very pleased to welcome Charles Henderson, Francisco Ascui, Douglas Campbell, Susan Tarka Sanchez and Emily Fripp who bring a wealth of expertise and over 50 years relevant experience!
Insetting on the agenda
Could businesses create carbon reduction projects within their own supply chains? Find out more about ‘carbon insetting’ and our work with Source Climate Change Coffee in our new video.

Annual reports published

Highlights include Scolel'te defining a series of socio-economic evaluation indicators, Khasi Hills REDD+ receiving its first payment for REDD carbon sales, the Hiniduma Biolink project initiating Phase III with the planting of 2000 seedlings and Trees for Global Benefits winning a UN SEED award.

Focus on Ecosystem-Based Adaptation

EBA is key to our projects - read more in our blog

A host of new PINs

In the last few months we have approved project idea notes for an ecosystem-based approach to watershed management in Indonesia (Lombok), PES schemes working with herders' groups in Mongolia, carbon income generation to enable Drawa forest clans in Fiji to close their forests to logging and for reducing/ reversing degradation of forest areas in Sierra Leone & Guinea through participatory land use planning.


¡El Estándar Plan Vivo, ahora disponible en español! 

The Spanish translation of the 2013 Plan Vivo Standard is now available to download, with further translations in the pipeline.
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