In an article from MPA News, the role of blue carbon in funding marine conservation initiatives around the world is highlighted, featuring two mangrove restoration projects that are forging a path for blue carbon finance.
Our efforts in Tahiry Honko, the world’s largest mangrove carbon conservation project based in southwest Madagascar, are referenced as an example of a project that is working to protect and conserve mangrove ecosystems, whilst also safeguarding the livelihoods of communities through the sale of carbon credits on the voluntary carbon market.
The article includes an interview with Leah Glass, Blue Ventures’ Mangrove Technical Lead, which delves deeper into the world of blue carbon credits and community-led mangrove restoration.
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