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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 May 22
80% of our biodiversity depends on healthy forests
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Carbon Tanzania May 20
Collaboration achieves more than an organisation could achieve alone."
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Carbon Tanzania May 15
Land use change is driving loss and contributing to climate breakdown. The Masai in Makame, , have developed land use plans to protect their threatened forests and protect biodiversity.
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Carbon Tanzania May 13
REDD can play a role in protecting . The Village Game Scouts from the Yaeda Valley and Ntakata projects, , have spent three month enhancing their forest and wildlife protection skills at Pasiansi
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BBC Breakfast May 9
Would you pay extra for your ✈️ to offset your carbon footprint? Some airlines offer it but only 1% of us do it.
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IPBES May 9
We have all assumed that would always be here for us and our children. However, our boundless consumption, shortsighted reliance on fossil fuels and unsustainable use of nature seriously threaten our future. —Former Chair Sir Bob Watson
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Carbon Tanzania May 9
We need transformational change to heal this planet and are key partners in securing this change.
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Justin Adams May 7
There's no way we can commit to SDG's without taking care of our forests and trees. They provide clean water and oxygen, but also a livelihood to millions 🍃🌱🌲🌳
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Carbon Tanzania May 6
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Carbon Tanzania May 6
Yes some are over hunted and "constitute a climate threat". Others, occupied by indigenous populations, have seen hunting occur sustainably for thousands of years!
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Carbon Tanzania May 5
BBC News - Nature's emergency: Where we are in five graphics
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 30
around Makame reached 9% presenting the Masai an opportunity to protect their forest using REDD. By preventing deforestation they are protecting 43 large mammal species and 252 bird species.
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 26
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 25
Very cool animation of historical CO2 emissions
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Maliasili Apr 22
Happy On this day celebrating our beautiful planet, we're focusing on the good news conservation stories. Check out some of the incredible impacts our partners are making.
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 25
Scaling up community forest enterprises in Tanzania
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 24
In 2012 the Yaeda Valley REDD project gained certification. Over the last few years wildlife numbers have increased.
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 22
There are many ways to and they all start with protecting habitat. Five Masai communities in Makame work together to protect one of 's largest Community Wildlife Management Areas
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 19
Replying to @RichardOnSafari
Long term trend over 25 years
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Carbon Tanzania Apr 19
Elephants across the Tarangire ecosystem have seen a decline of 35%. The Masai in Makame protect 104,065 ha at the southern end providing elephants with the largest safe haven outside of the park
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