Wild Nature Institute is proud to announce that we have assessed and offset all of our carbon emissions for 2016, and our projected emissions for 2017, with the the help of Carbon Tanzania.
Funds from our carbon offsetting will support forest conservation as well as rural economic development. Carbon Tanzania develops REDD+ projects (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation) together with people who are living within and depend upon Tanzania's forests.
These efforts are critical because Tanzania has the highest rate of deforestation in Africa, and one of the highest deforestation rates in the world. We are especially cognizant of the importance of trees, because not only do woodlands and forests store carbon and provide us with oxygen, but giraffes (and many other browsers) depend upon trees for food. Conserving forests is vital for life on this planet.
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