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Publication Details - Amazonian People First to Earn Carbon Credits after Proving They Saved Endangered Rainforest

Amazonian People First to Earn Carbon Credits after Proving They Saved Endangered Rainforest

 

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The Paiter Surui, an indigenous group living in the Brazilian Amazon, became the first indigenous people in the world to earn carbon credits under the REDD+ program and the guidance of Forest Trends.

 

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Release Date: September 2013
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