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Climate reparations, domestic flight bans and the true cost of El Niño

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24 May 2023

When selling carbon credits, give communities a cut

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22 May 2023
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Water, water everywhere – but not where it’s needed

As droughts and floods multiply, what would a sustainable water future look like?

19 May 2023


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GLFx Yaounde tree planting activity

On April 20, SUHUCAM/GLFx Yaounde participated in a tree planting activity organized by the North West Regional Governor in collaboration with the Regional Delegation of the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife. They were delighted to honour this invitation and to plant our first try in the city of Bamenda. In total, 5000 trees were planted across the city with support form the Regional assembly and local councils. Learn more
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Seven young changemakers restoring the Earth

Meet the new group of young restoration practitioners who will receive funding, mentorship and training to deepen the impact of their work in forests, wetlands, oceans, drylands, mountains and peatlands, and raise local awareness of the importance of healthy landscapes Learn more

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No ecosystem should be left behind

I grew up in a city with unique ecosystems, from abundant peatland forests to beautiful coastal areas: Ketapang regency in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. However, it was only in 2015 that I realized how little I knew about the nature around me. I started my sustainability journey by becoming part of the first cohort of a conservation camp with other youth in Ketapang

Pongo-dopsi: Working with local communities to preserve coastal areas

Located on the island of Borneo, Ketapang is one of the largest regencies in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province. With an area of 31,588 sq km, it has various ecosystems, including peatlands, rainforests and even coastal areas populated bycharismatic animals such as orangutans, hornbills and turtles.

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Ysabel Agustina Calderon Carlos

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