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The real value of carbon credits and why nature is more than a carbon sink

Carbon credits should not be viewed in isolation: the forests, biodiversity and communities nature-based climate solutions support are an essential part of the equation too. Image: Yunaidi Joepoet for APRIL ASIA

Anderson Tanoto

Managing Director, RGE

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