Why we can’t afford to dismiss carbon offsetting in a climate crisis

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Protecting habitats and forest livelihoods is central to carbon offsetting schemes. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto.

Bronson Griscom
Senior Director, Natural Climate Solutions at Conservation International
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