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Brazilian tribe owns carbon rights in Amazon

According to one of the world's largest law firms, a Brazilian tribe - the Surui - in the Amazon, owns carbon rights and can claim benefits under any deals involving Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) arrangements.
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This information is very interesting though it lacks valuable information on how the Surui will show how they will inventory how much carbon sequestration there is in the lands claimed and how they will show how much is being retained over time.
posted by: Michael O (19:59:18 Sun 17th January 2010)



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