Handover of the Fresh and Salty report to Pak Heru (Head off REDD+ Indonesia)

Wetlands have been the focus of conservation and restoration efforts for over a century, and governments, international actors (NGOs and academia) and local communities around the world are now increasingly engaging in wetland restoration or avoiding wetland degradation activities for climate change mitigation. Yet despite the rapidly growing attention on wetland activities for climate mitigation,…

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Keep it Fresh or Salty: An introductory guide to financing wetland carbon programs and projects

Wetlands International, Conservation International and IUCN have together produced the publication Keep it Fresh or Salty: An introductory guide to financing wetland carbon programs and projects. The report provides guidance for program and project developers from, or working in, developing countries on the numerous funds and finance mechanisms that can provide carbon finance for wetland carbon conservation…

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Conference: Blue Carbon in Coastal Community Development

A blue carbon conference, hosted by Counterpart International, will take place at Washington D.C. tomorrow, Friday 12th, 2012. Counterpart International’s Conference on Coastal Community Development ____________________________ Counterpart International | Arlington, USA, Mar 6th, 2012 | story provided by Lauren Oschman Counterpart International to announce climate-related “blue carbon” findings from the Dominican Republic Arlington, Va. — Counterpart International…

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Wetland Carbon Credits Approved Under VCS

An Restore America Estuaries-led (RAE) initiative aimed at creating  greenhouse gas offset opportunities for coastal wetlands received approval under the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) today, paving the way for increased private investment in wetland restoration and conservation projects through the issuance of internationally recognized carbon credits. ____________________________ 
Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) Approves Wetland Restoration and…

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