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Explainer: Carbon insetting vs offsetting

Reforestation, agroforestry, renewable energy, and regenerative agriculture are all examples of carbon insetting. Image:  liu sicheng on Unsplash

Vidhi Bhatia

Communication Specialist, Nature Based Solutions, World Economic Forum

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