NGOs back carbon-rich forest protection plan

The standardisation of a new approach for identifying carbon-rich forests could act as a tool in the fight against deforestation but ultimate success will depend on companies’ ambitions

by Conor McGlone
Carbon-rich forests have more than 35 tonnes of carbon per hectare (photograph: Roland Nagy/123RF)
Carbon-rich forests have more than 35 tonnes of carbon per hectare (photograph: Roland Nagy/123RF)

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