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What are nature-based solutions and how can they be harnessed to tackle climate change?

Nature-based solutions: a women-owned business produces ramon nut products that protect the Guatemalan rainforest. Image: Sergio Izquierdo.

Santiago Gowland

CEO, Rainforest Alliance

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Victor Otoniel Quixchán España, with training from the Rainforest Alliance, demonstrates how tree growth is measured in the field to teach the young people of Uaxactún about the critical role their community’s forests play in sequestering carbon and regulating the global climate. Image: Sergio Izquierdo.

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