Zambia’s Luambe the world’s most carbon neutral national park

Zambia’s Luambe National Park reached a conservation milestone by being named the world’s most carbon neutral national park. This comes 18 months after the Lower Zambezi National Park became the first in Zambia to achieve carbon neutral status. “Luambe National Park’s carbon neutral status sets a great example for other…

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World Bank rewards Zambian farmers for reducing greenhouse emissions

For the first time ever, smallholder farmers in Zambia have been awarded carbon credits worth US$500 000 by the World Bank for their efforts in reducing greenhouse emissions. “This shows that climate change mitigation and socio-economic development can be simultaneously achieved through active participation of local communities,” said Ademola Braimoh,…

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