Tag: Climate Change


More than 40 million in Latin America and the Caribbean are threatened by climate change.

Adequate Measures expected eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 29 May 2024 – Tens of millions of people living in low-elevation coastal areas in Latin America and the Caribbean are facing the consequences of extreme weather events that threaten their lives and livelihoods and the hospitals they depend on, according to a new study by UNFPA, the UN Population Fund. …
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The capture, storage, transportation and handling of Carbon Credits

The capture, storage, transportation, and handling of Carbon Credits play a crucial role in addressing climate change and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. The process begins with the capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) from various sources, including power plants, industrial facilities, and even directly from the atmosphere through direct air capture technologies. This captured CO2 is…
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Reforestation and Handling of Carbon Credits in Guyana

Reforestation Efforts in Guyana Reforestation efforts in Guyana have gained significant momentum in recent years, with the government and various environmental organizations working together to restore and protect the country’s valuable forest ecosystems. Guyana, known for its rich biodiversity and vast forest cover, has been facing deforestation due to human activities such as logging and…
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