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Carbon Tanzania
Using forest conservation to combat climate change. Linking indigenous communities to the global community through the sale of forest carbon offsets.
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 23
Achieving results in the field, thanks to Honeyguide Foundation. In July, VGS in Makame confiscated 11 weapons with ammunition, 5 motorcycles and handed over 3 poachers.
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WCS Aug 22
BREAKING: Great news from on the giraffe. “The giraffe’s future is on the line but we are now optimistic for this iconic African species," WCS's tells the .
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CITES Aug 22
Committee I this afternoon accepted by a vote that be included in Appendix II to put all giraffes in the CITES trade control regime, pending final decision by Plenary on 28 August
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AWF Aug 21
CITES is happening now. Add your name to show your support for AWF's requests to enhance giraffe, elephant, and rhino conservation.
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 21
7 ways forests resolve the land use and challenge as laid out by the IPCC report on climate change and land. #BetterWithForestshttps://www.carbontanzania.com/7-ways-to-resolve-the-land-use-change-deforestation-challenge/
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 21
Forests, People & Climate - 7 ways forests resolve the land use and deforestation challenge and hear from those protecting their forests.
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 21
Replying to @GretaThunberg
History shows us the positive action works...you should connect with the Equator Prize winners whilst in New York, Ezekiel, a Hadza hunter gather doing amazing work with Carbon Tanzania in Yaeda, Tanzania. Every action matters.
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 16
Land inhabited by the world's indigenous peoples store 60% of the world's carbon. Protecting
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 14
Approx 350 million and communities occupy and care for lands that encompass 80% of the world’s biodiversity.
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 11
Celebrating the Masai in Makame who are protecting important habitat for elephants on this years
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 10
Protecting lions can mitigate climate change. The lion range covers 6.7% of Africa but contributes to 11% of Africa's carbon storage. REDD in Makame protects habitat for lion and brings revenue to the community
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IPCC Aug 8
🌍 IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land: Land is under growing human pressure. Land is a part of the solution. But land can’t do it all. Read more ➡️
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 9
The importance of in the special report on climate change and land
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The Nature Conservancy Aug 6
Indigenous peoples and local communities are among the Earth's most important stewards.
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 7
Nature can provide 30% of the carbon emission reductions required to keep temps below 2 degrees Celcius. Let's keep them standing and protect
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 5
Africa's lion population has declined by 50% in 25 years. Peter Lindsey at Lion Recovery Fund, looks beyond national parks to Makame for hope that "people and lions can live in harmony in a shared landscape". Protecting
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 2
Combining the needs of people and wildlife in conservation. Protecting
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Coastal Aviation Jul 31
We are proud to launch a Go Green initiative today dubbed Fly Green, Fly Coastal to promote sustainable tourism and becoming an environmentally friendly company that is much more ecologically responsible.
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Carbon Tanzania Jul 31
1/4 of the rangers at the Ntakata Mountains Project are woman. We thank all of the rangers who protect 216,000ha of forest inhabited by endangered chimp.
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Carbon Tanzania Jul 31
28 rangers protect 365, 322ha of wildlife rich forest, so elephants & wild dog have the large landscapes they need to survive.
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