Study: Improving clean water access could slash carbon emissions by 1.6 billion tonnes

Michael Holder
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EXCLUSIVE: Study argues bundling water and climate benefits together in carbon credit projects could unlock much-needed funding for water resilience projects worldwide

Improved access to clean water for the world's most vulnerable communities could save over 1.6 billion tonnes of CO2 each year, equivalent to nearly half the annual emissions of the entire EU and more...

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