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Protecting forests for communities, wildlife and climate. 2019 Equator Prize winner
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The Nature Conservancy Sep 15
LIVE EVENT: To protect nature and our climate, we have to talk money. Be the first to learn how much it would cost to close the biodiversity financing gap on Sept. 17. Register today:
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The Nature Conservancy Sep 15
We don't have to look far to realize that we are now living the long-projected impacts of climate change. A closer look at why linking places and species matters.
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Carbon Tanzania Sep 2
Forest communities in Tanzania are acting locally on climate change for the global good -
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Carbon Tanzania Aug 28
Definitely not just about - let’s secure existing forests first, then we can think about reforestation and restoration.
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TNC Africa Aug 10
In October 2011, the Hadza took the step of asserting legal claim to their homeland. Working with and other partners, the Hadza established a mechanism that pays them for protecting their traditional forests.
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Justin Adams Aug 11
Amazing 2 week break re-connecting w self, family & the rhythms of the earth. I had no idea how fatigued I was from 4 months of back to back zoom!! Now to see how we can
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Equator Initiative Aug 12
As we celebrate every day, let's once again visit the Hadzabe tribe in , a 2019 winner. 🌿🇹🇿🌿🇹🇿 Incredible work from our friend !
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ALU School Of Wildlife Conservation Jul 4
biodiversity is yet to be established. This piece on dives into the pros and cons of this emerging market and examines a successful case study in Tanzania with where the Yaeda Valley project earned $95,000 for Hadza communities.
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Carne Jun 29
Watch our second guest speaker in the series, Jo Anderson Co-Founder of . For the full interview go to >
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Maliasili Jun 30
Read about Maliasili affiliate partner and how their carbon offset program is benefitting villages across Tanzania
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Remote Safari Company Jun 30
To control our ecological footprint, we are working with , a forest conservation business that aims to inspire travellers to consider the carbon impact of their safari on the environment.
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Carne Jun 25
To discuss the impact of Covid-19, future challenges and his work dedicated to environmental protection and conservation, Jo Anderson, Co-Founder of is this week’s guest speaker in our series. Watch the full interview >
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Carbon Tanzania Jun 23
Pressures on nature increase the risk of pandemics such as . We must redefine our relationship with nature to protect people & planet. Leaders must take action in response to this crisis Discover more:
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Carbon Tanzania Jun 11
Forest communities in Tanzania earn revenues from conservation during Covid-19
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Carbon Tanzania Jun 3
Conservation in 2020 - Updates from the communities we work with -
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Maliasili May 1
. features Maliasili partner and their pioneering REDD+ project in the Yaeda Valley as an innovative model for funding community conservation
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UN Development Nov 26
Over the past 50 years, the   Hadzabe of had lost +90% of ancestral land. They made history in a landmark ruling. Together w/ , these winners offset carbon to reforest🌳🌳
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 20
If we can focus on the dual challenge of and , we will be better protected from and prepared for future crisis, whether they be infectious disease outbreaks or other shocks to the system
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 17
News from forest communities in as they continue to protect their -
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Carbon Tanzania Mar 20
Indigenous people protect 80% of our biodiversity. On support indigenous people in protecting forests and biodiversity
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