'Rigorous and accountable': IUCN launches global standards for nature-based climate projects

Cecilia Keating
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The guidelines are aimed at developing rigorous standards for environmental protection and carbon sequestration projects | Credit: Yorkshire Water
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The guidelines are aimed at developing rigorous standards for environmental protection and carbon sequestration projects | Credit: Yorkshire Water

International Union for the Conservation of Nature launches guidelines to help businesses and governments design effective tree planting and nature restoration projects that align with climate targets

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has launched a set of global standards for 'nature-based solutions' such as reforestation, sustainable agriculture and coatal protection, in an...

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