DLA Piper helps African farmers set up carbon-trading deals

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  • I am working in Haiti planting trees

    I would like to know more about the ways one can help to plant more trees to off set the effects of global warming and the laws regarding receiving credit for these projects. Is it best to seek a company directly to receive help or best to seek an organization.

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  • I would like and have started planting seedling for 100,000 trees in the Trans Zoia region in Kenya. The process is going on well but I have fallen short of funds. Subsequently, i am inclined but not totally convinced that commercial crops will solve my need to get profits. like many other people, can i get help in selling the carbon credits from the trees currently in small plantations (around 10,000) fully mature and grown up? Pls help me save the trees!!!

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  • The Congolese Agency for Forest Development is looking partners to develop a tree planting project in surrounding ereas in Kinshasa the capital city of DR Congo.

    The project plan to employ unemployed people in urban and prairie urban city to reforest. The project will generate a carbon credit which can be used to finance and create jobs for unemployed people in Kinshasa where more than 80% of people are unemployed.

    We have hear that you have a valuable experience on carbon credit trading which can be benefit in DR Congo.

    We do not have much experience on carbon credit trading. Could do help us.

    I am looking for forward to hearing from you.

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