Aviva measures impact of offsetting programme on local communities

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Peer-reviewed methodology calculates projects supported in India and Kenya have reduced emissions by 126,500 tonnes

Aviva has offset more than 126,500 tonnes of carbon emissions over the past two years through investments in projects in Kenya and India. The insurance giant has developed a peer reviewed methodology...

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