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What are blue carbon credits and how to maximise their impact

As demand grows for blue carbon credits, the businesses driving this growth have a responsibility to ensure returns are net positive for nature and people. Image: Joel Vodell on Unsplash

Whitney Johnston

Director, Ocean Sustainability, Salesforce

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