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Entries for January 2010

Green Resources operations are helping to combat climate change. Along with carbon sequestration through the planting of trees, Green Resources has begun a novel project to use the waste produced in the saw mill to produce sustainable charcoal. read more...

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Green Resources' forestry is helping to contribute towards Green House Gas reduction, and are helping to combat climate change. Green Resources sells Carbon Credits allowing companies to offset their carbon footprints. The companies Carbon program is also helping local communities through the donation of seedlings to local farmers to set up their own woodlots, as well as through the investment... read more...

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Uchindile-Mapanda was the world's first VCS verified forestry carbon offset project, which is based in Tanzania. Organisations supporting this project can not only reduce carbon dioxide to slow climate change, but will also benefit local communities and biodiversity. read more...

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Maputo, 21st January 2010: The Government of Mozambique has authorized the implementation of the Lurio forestry plantation and carbon sequestration project by Green Resources AS, Norway. The project is primarily situated in Nampula province along the Nacala corridor, close to the railroad and the largest harbour in Northern Mozambique. The 15 years project is the largest forestation project app... read more...

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Framework agreement in Mozambique An agreement to develop a 125,000 ha forest plantation in Northern Mozambique on up to 200,000 ha of land was signed with the Ministry of Agriculture, the second such agreement made in Mozambique. read more...

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Major events 2008 4,200 ha new forest planted An all-time-high record of planting in 2008, 50% more than 2007, and three times the level of three years ago. FSC™ auditor recommends certification SGS, an accredited FSC™ auditor, certified Green Resources’ main Tanzanian plantations, Mapanda and Uchindele, under the Forest Stewardship Council’s standards, the world’s... read more...

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